January #78 : Female Trouble I - by Cindra Feuer

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Generation Next

2002 For Beginners

The Rainy Season

Ashcroft Goes to Pot

Statistical Significance

China Syndrome

Qatar Players

The Rights Stuff

Suicide Bomb

Con Condoms

Sex Pistols

Say What?

Female Trouble I

Female Trouble II

Newbie Trap

Feds Nix Lipo Fix

Who's Sore-y Now?

E & Thee

Tranny Pan

Dot the Eyes

Life in Wartime

Accidental Czar

Mailbox

Torch Song



Most Popular Lessons

The HIV Life Cycle

Shingles

Herpes Simplex Virus

Syphilis & Neurosyphilis

Treatments for Opportunistic Infections (OIs)

What is AIDS & HIV?

Hepatitis & HIV


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January 2002

Female Trouble I

by Cindra Feuer

We've got the juice!...and then some. Even with little or undetectable virus in the blood, women can harbor HIV in their girlie parts. A new University of Southern California study found that in 39 percent of women with no sign of virus, HIV was still swimming in uterine, cervical and surrounding tissue cells. Experts are flashing "Proceed with caution" signs, as uncondomed kitty contact may be a key to transmission.




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