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Eric 1

Hi my name is Eric and I'm HIV positive. I've always been bullied I've always been humiliated because I'm gay

MM

My name is MM. Im 25. When I saw that my test was reactive I broke down and cried thinking how could this be happening. I had no idea I was HIV positive and I'm glad I tested myself because I would have never known.

Tyrone

I am a gay male, and I dated a guy who told me that he had it shortly after we started dating. I eventually tested positive, which didn't cause me to be depressed initially, because I felt I had him to support me like I supported him. However, after finding out and telling him, I felt him drift away from me.

Dan 1

I m 25 and single, i just realised my status on 2 feb 2012, im now very lonely coz i don't want to make love with a negative person,

Kim 1

i am a 35 yr old women with 4 kids. i just found out march 2011 i have aids my cd4 count was at 6 and my vl was at 751,000. What about my kids? who did i get it from? he instantly found me a doc and i started on my meds. i think the hardest part was all the side affects but u make it threw those and u start feeling better.

Black

I'm a female of 26yrs old with 2 beautiful kidz, a boy and a girl. I was diagnose with HIV and my cd4 was very good that time but I didn't believe any of it so I didn't do anything about it. I started ARV's 11 september 2010 and now I'm healthier as ever but my mistake is I still do take some few glass of wine. Reading ur stories ppl I'm more stronger now coz sometimes I thought I'm alone in this battle. I'm not free to tell everyone coz my community is still discriminating ppl with HIV and also where I work its the same. Thanks!

B...

Hi,my name is B ,im 21years old. I found out in June 2011 that i am hiv positive, my cd4 is 309, is this good or bad? I dont know. My heart is heavy,im unsure of my life. Will i die tomorrow? All these qeustions! I feel like im going mad. Ive told my bf, but he seems to be living in denial. I so want him to test, so we can both stay healthy.

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