• 10 months ago

    Get The Facts on HIV Transmission

    Hi everyone!

    There are many posts on our message boards from those with questions about how HIV is transmitted who are worried if they've contracted the virus. When you think you may have been exposed to HIV, it can be a really scary thing to experience. It's important to know that HIV is not spread easily and can only be done so through the exchange of certain bodily fluids from an infected person.

    There is tons of information out there on how HIV is transmitted, and sometimes it can be hard to separate fact from fiction. Here are resources that might be able to answer some of your questions about how HIV is transmitted:

    1) http://wb.md/2jHYGUe
    2) http://wb.md/2jVzXJz

    After considering these resources, if you still think that you may have contracted the HIV virus, it's important to speak with a medical professional and to get tested at the appropriate time. Here is information on the different tests available and testing times that yield the most conclusive results:

    1) http://wb.md/2jxALEJ
    2) http://wb.md/2jHBeWY


  • 1 month ago

    RE: Get The Facts on HIV Transmission

    My partner and I are not using protection and we are both positive - my cd4 is below 40ml copies and has been undetectable for the past 3 years - his, is going up and down but it seems we are ignoring that fact, what can happen to us please educate me, can my cd4 suddenly change from being undetectable? can he contract a more serious disease if we keep on not using protection, sometimes as people we tend to ignore serious warnings around us, please I need serious intervention so that I can be educated and also educate my partner. Recently ive seen in certain blogs of positive partners also not using protection but only sometimes, why do we do that? why do people ignore things like this, is it being ignorance or being in denial?
      • 1 month ago
        First question....do you mean your viral load is undetectable versus your cd4 level?