If you’re the only person with HIV, your partner should explain to their doctor that they had unprotected sex with an HIV-positive person.
Either way, this info helps your physician monitor your treatment and, if needed, order tests or medication to prevent further complications.
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For many folks, like Greater Than AIDS ambassador Marvelyn Brown, having that conversation is easier over the phone early in the relationship. Some doctors say that different strains of HIV can be passed between two positive people, and this can make existing treatment ineffective.
She says that way she hasn’t invested too much energy in the relationship before finding out whether having HIV makes her a no-go for a potential partner. It’s called reinfection, it can up your viral load, and it’s why many experts want you to continue using condoms (plus they also prevent other sexually transmitted infections).
According to the Center for HIV Law and Policy, 36 states and two U. A report from the group documents 80 prosecutions in a recent two-year period, such as that of an HIV-positive Iowa man who had used a condom (he had to register as a sex offender and is not allowed unsupervised contact with young children, including his nieces and nephews) and a Georgia woman who was sentenced to eight years in prison for failing to disclose her HIV-positive status, even though two witnesses told jurors that her sexual partner was aware of her diagnosis.
Very Attracted to bears, latinos, blacks, but also open...Grindr and other dating apps are "unfortunately provide a breeding ground for people to use anonymity as a cover to commit discrimination and stigmatise," according to the campaign's website."For people living with HIV, the stigma can often be more damaging than the virus." It's a stigma that one day will hopefully not be there, through education — and a little more understanding.For people with HIV, dating can be intimidating and fear of rejection might keep you from disclosing your status to dates.Experts at AIDSInfo recommend that you remember every situation is different and you don’t have to tell everybody.