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New challenges for women aging with HIV require more research.
As the HIV population ages, such health outcomes require greater focus.
Menopause in women living with HIV can worsen pain.
This is according to a recent survey of more than 200 HIV-positive women.
This is according to a study of women 18 to 55 years old and their Framingham cardiovascular risk score based on HIV status.
A recent study found that hep C was also associated with an increased risk of miscarriage.
A long-term study of women living with both viruses found a link between accelerated fibrosis progression and perimenopause.
You have inspired us and others who don’t know about HIV/AIDS.
We need more info about how HIV affects menstruation and menopause—and positive women can help provide it.
Black and Hispanic HIV-positive women who’ve been through menopause might be at higher risk of bone fractures than HIV-negative women
Ladies: Menopause may make you sweat, keep you up nights and have you bursting into tears without warning. But here’s some cool news.
HIV-positive women may experience menopause at a younger age than their HIV-negative counterparts, according to a study presented at the Fifth...
Women living with HIV who’ve gone through menopause do just as well when starting antiretroviral (ARV) therapy for the first time, compared wi...
A one-time dose of zoledronate (Reclast) increased bone health for up to one year in HIV-positive patients with bone mineral deficiency, accor...
Does the shutdown of a major study mean menopausal HIVers should shun hormone replacement therapy?
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