Treatment story for HIV positive singles: Trying to survive and fight through the struggle

Here is HIV treatment story from a HIV singles who is suffering from HIV for 20 years, please check and find useful tips for you to fight with HIV/AIDS. I was positive since 1997. I’ve never taken any drugs. Had night sweats, swollen glands, and weight loss before but it fluctates. I’ve taken herbs off and on in the last 9 years. Recently got alopecia areata, excema, skin rashes, and skin tags/boils.But I haven’t been on my herbs regimen. I’ve had fatigue and confusion here and there(but I contribute that to marijuana use for hunger).Read more »

Growing Up Poz and HIV Dating – written by A Girl with HIV

This post was written by Porchia Dees, and originally appeared on A Girl Like Me, a blog for women and girls on The Well Project. Growing up POZ and trying to follow American Society’s guidelines for dating and hooking up has been extremely difficult. The guidelines that we follow as a society in regards to dating and having sex weren’t created for people with HIV in mind. They are not inclusive of a girl like me ( girls with herpes ). Truthfully, I started experiencing my first real feelings of exclusion from the rest of society when I started becoming interested in dating andRead more »

PositiveSingles Is Breaking Down The Barriers Of Discrimination For AIDS Singles

The HIV/AIDS dating community has been a slow one to develop, but thanks to Positivesingles ’s dedication to breaking down the barriers of discrimination, HIV/AIDS singles are now on the world online dating map. Creators of this website have produced a safe haven for HIV/AIDS positive dating where people can meet, make friends and forge relationships. HIV/AIDS positive individuals face discrimination everywhere they turn, but their status should not be seen as a reason not to date them. If there is chemistry, physical attraction and similar likes and dislikes, there should be no reason to pass upRead more »

5 Basic Features Good HIV Dating Sites Should Have

As we know, HIV dating sites are the best way you can get back into the dating game; it’s also a place where you can find and interact with other HIV singles for chats and online friendships. And if you find it tough to get along with an HIV-negative partner, HIV dating sites have the solution. You can interact, talk and date people who are alike you. So what are good HIV dating sites you need to know? 1. An Extensive STD Blog – Can’t figure out how to get along with this change in your life?Read more »

Due to the HIV dating sites, HIV Is Not The End Of Finding Love

If there is one thing that all people diagnosed with HIV share in common, it’s a bleak outlook on their future chances of finding love. Times have changed, however, and what was extremely anxiety-inducing 20 years ago has improved by leaps and bounds in recent times. The truth nowadays is that there is no real reason to be alone. Online Dating for People with HIV  While not everyone is into the online dating game, it is a very appealing option when diagnosed with HIV. The inevitable feelings of shame, an unwillingness to face humiliation, andRead more »

Unprotected Sex with HIV: The Harm and The HIV Transmission Rate?

For someone to get HIV, an infectious fluid such as blood or semen has to get inside their body – usually during sex. This can happen if the person with HIV has a detectable viral load and no form of protection is being used – this is called unprotected sex. The risks of unsafe (unprotected) sex with HIV-infected partners First of all, we know that in this situation, the spread of other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), such as gonorrhea,chlamydia, syphilis, and herpes remains a risk, as usual. What’s more, these so-called traditional STDs are wellRead more »

The Facts about Sexual Transmission of HIV in US

In the United States, sexual contact is the most common route of HIV transmission. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly 70 percent of the estimated number of new HIV infections in 2014, were among men who have sex with other men (MSM). The term “MSM “is important because many men who have sex with men do not necessarily identify themselves as gay or bisexual. HIV transmitted through sexual activity among heterosexuals accounted for nearly 23 percent of new infections; most of these cases were among women who contracted the virusRead more »

HIV Treatment Story: The scare of my Life!

Please check one member’s HIV treatment story. Details of my condition: I had been feeling run down and tired for a while, but I assumed it was too much work. I felt tired but not exhausted. Around June 2013 went to upgrade my life insurance. Kept on feeling tired especially at the end of the day. I hated my 1 hr ride home! Went to PCP again and he ordered tests.. Nothing came back out of line. He never ordered a HIV test. Then I got very nervous when he recommended I see a hematologyRead more »

HIV Transmission for Unprotected Sex with HIV

Telling a date you have HIV is no easy task. If you want to hide your partner when you have unprotected sex with him/her? How and why unprotected sex could lead to HIV transmission? Alcohol and power difference are most likely among the reasons. Also, knowing the STD status difference between you and your honey sweetie could also help building a better love nest. How is HIV transmitted through unprotected sex? HIV occurs through transfer of blood, pre-ejaculation, semen and vaginal fluids. The reason why sexual activity is a risk for transmission of HIV is that itRead more »

2018 Best HIV AIDS Dating App Download| ITunes | Android App Store

# HIV AIDS dating app download – Positive Singles App      Positive Singles App is ranked the NO. 1 dating app for people with HIV / AIDS, herpes, HSV, HPV and other STDs. Why? Everyone wants to Finding love and happiness,  those people with HIV/ AIDS have a stronger desire. However, they know how hard it might be to find someone who can fall in love forever. Even though they do not give up their hopes and dreams and trying to be as normal as it’s possible and have families. HIV patients usually stay away fromRead more »