Hi there, thank you for writing in, I hope this reply finds you well. Generally speaking cunnilingus on a HIV infected female does pose some risk, but oral sex poses the lowest risk when compared to all other sexual activities (like vaginal or anal intercourse).
However it does carry a risk of other sexually transmitted infections. Your symptoms can be from a Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) or they can just be from a cold or flu. I would recommend that you follow up with your health care provider (doctor) for evaluation. But again the risk of this being from HIV is very small. I hope this answers your question. Stay Safe.
Hello there, thank you for writing in, I hope this reply finds you well and in good health. If you choose to remain in the closet, only come out when you feel you are mentally, emotionally and psychologically ready. School is a vicious place, and gossips fly around and spread like a bushfire. My only advice to you right now is to filter out these bad thoughts and gossip and ignore them. Live your life and be kind to others and do not react to these small talk. People who spread gossip love it when they know their target feels affected by it, so do not let these bad people get to you. They will soon find out that you will not break thanks to their evil and will eventually get bored and find a new target.
Hope this answers your query on life. Just ignore the little people who have nothing to do. People can talk, but only YOU know yourself and your achievements, strengths and accomplishments. Look up, sit your shoulders up high and know that the rest of your amazing life starts today.
HI there, thank you for writing in. I hope this reply finds you well. Bowel movements are generally an issue with HIV positive people, and they may be related to HIV or a complication from HIV. The first thing to do is to find out what has been causing it, so I advise you to head to your doctor and find out the cause of it. Also, it is time for your to take a HIV test.
I am not too sure if heart palpitations are a heart attack. It could just be due to you being too anxious and worried about your wellbeing. I do urge you to take it easy and not worry so much as it will cause you more harm to your general health and wellbeing. Stay Safe.
Hi there, thank you for writing in and for your concern. I hope this reply finds you well. I have been very very busy with work so I sort of stopped tweeting and checking on Tumblr. I am here to clear some backlogged emails and Tumblr questions. So rest easy knowing I am doing good. I hope you have been doing good as well.
Thank you so much for your kind words and concern. I really appreciate it. Stay Safe.
Hi there, thank you for writing in. Its the first time I have heard of Patent 5676977, this cure for HIV/AIDS.
I am at the point in life where the HIV in me is part of my daily life and it does not bother me anymore, having been virally undetectable and happily seeing someone who is also HIV and HPV-positive. I also feel that having HIV does keep me in check and I don’t go around sleeping about like the Village Bicycle that I used to be when I was younger so I take it as a blessing in disguise.
I am cool if people would want to try this cure out but personally, I won’t bother. Hope this answers your question. Stay Safe.
Ok. I am not SingHealth so you might want to write in to them instead. I am here to help people, I am not a policymaker. Good luck.
Hi there, thank you for writing in, I hope this reply finds you well. Sorry it took me so long to reply, I recently just switched jobs and I am very busy with my work. I will log in to my email@example.com inbox and reply as soon as I can. Thank you for your patience. Stay Safe.
Hi there, thank you for writing in, I hope this reply finds you well. HIV-positive people have frequently asked their health care providers how long they will live with the virus, especially with so many effective ARV options to choose from. A 20-year-old HIV-positive person starting antiretroviral (ARV) therapy today can expect to live, on average, to the age of 69, according to new calculations published in The Lancet.
Researchers have predicted that a 20-year-old person starting ARV treatment between 1996 and 1999, the early years of combination ARV therapy, could be expected to live an additional 36 years, to the age of 56. This increased significantly, however, as time passed. A 20-year-old who started treatment between 2003 and 2005 was expected to live an additional 49 years, to the age of 69.
It is now 2014 so medical advancements have now gone to the point that a person who begins his/her/their HIV medical treatment as soon as possible will be able to enjoy a normal to even better human lifespan (80+ years)
If you are HIv positive, it is imperative that you adhere to your HIV medication regimen religiously and keep your viral load undetectable, be prompt with your doctor’s appointments and listen to the doctor’s advise so you will be able to enjoy a long and fulfilling life.
Hope this answers your question, Stay Safe.
Hi there, thank you for writing in. I have a Tumblr post detailing another person’s experiences seeking HIV treatment in Bangkok which could be great help to you. Please click on this link here: http://pozboysg.tumblr.com/post/36344282081/bens-letter-seeking-hiv-treatment-in-bangkok You can contact the author of the article at firstname.lastname@example.org to ask him more questions on how to go about seeking treatment in BKK.
You can also email me at email@example.com if you have any other questions about HIV that you need clarification with. Hope this answers your question. Stay Safe.
Hi there, thank you for writing in. I am sorry you have been infected with HIV, If there is any questions and tips that you need to do to manage HIV effectively and live normally, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the meanwhile, try not to over think and stress yourself up too much. Take it as it comes, be patient and know that there will always be people out there to help you out on this new life journey. Stay Safe.