An HIV-positive diagnosis is a life-changing event for anyone.
Know the truth about HIV.
HIV remains one of the most serious global health threats of our time. In 2017, 1.8 million people were infected with HIV, and 940,000 died of AIDS-related causes.
Since 2010, deaths related to AIDS have dropped by 35% with more people getting treatment than ever before.
You’ve made it. You have been diagnosed as HIV-positive for one year, and you are well into your HIV treatment programme.
You’ve been on ARV treatment for just 9 months, you may be surprised at how well you’re feeling. By now, you have no side effects, and you’re feeling quite positive about the future.
It’s been six months since you found out that you are HIV-positive. You’re sticking to your treatment plan and prioritizing your health.
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Let’s focus on your diet.
Receiving confirmation that you’re HIV-positive may have been a surprise to you two months ago. If it was, that affects the way you approach your diagnosis, and the resulting effect on your life, wellbeing, and lifestyle. The good news, however, is: you’re not alone.
Now that you’ve had one month to adjust to your medication, have you noticed any difference in how you feel?
Well done! You’ve made it through your first week of your HIV diagnosis.
Understand the effects HIV has on the immune system and when drug therapy is necessary.
Whether you predicted it, or it’s not what you expected, your HIV positive diagnosis has changed your life. When you were told your HIV test result, your mind went into a spin.
At AllLife we understand that HIV tests can cause some level of anxiety. Not all circumstances leading up to an HIV test are within your control. Read this article carefully, so you can understand what HIV tests are and how they work.
Discover the signs and symptoms of the HIV infection and factors affecting progression.
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