I tested positive, but it’s not confident19. Hey everyone, phoenix here today is a different kind of video and never kong in high language, but here I am, and there’s no turning back anymore. I’m disclosing my status as a person living with HIV. If you’re reading this article, you are the first who wants to know about my situation because I never questioned it is close to any of my family and friends.
So I don’t want their pitiful gaze, but today I decided that I’m going to share it to everyone because I feel like if I keep it to myself, I guess my way of coping and dealing with it. I threw online games, shopping, and gym unimaginable or whatsoever. So I feel so stuck here at home now, and I don’t know how to feel anymore, and I know there are so many people living like me most like l yat this point.
Some of you might be thinking negatively now and perhaps judging Nina already. I want you to know that people like us who have HIV can still live an everyday life that is actual antiretroviral therapy is the ltd.
My most minor concern is my top priority right now when it comes to fear of being judged. I cannot do anything about that anymore. Still, I would recommend that you go to treatment hubs case Maga guide how you are doing regardless of whether it is positive or negative. The other can give you the correct information about how you can fight HIV. Please wear your face mask where your facials bring alcohol with you again. Stay safe. So you long just a friendly reminder testing won’t change your status, but it will clear your mind, and it will allow you to make informed decisions moving forward.
My Friend Helped Me. How?
I’ve been taking PrEP for the past two years every day. I take PrEP to stay HIV negative. I had some condomless dating, so I was very concerned about getting HIV, and I talked with one of my friends, and he suggested looking into PrEP and told me a little bit more about it. My friend happens to be a gay man and, as a straightforward non-binary person who’s very femme-presenting it, it was helpful to have that community solidarity. I visited a program that set me up with a doctor who walked me through the steps of taking it and answered medical questions.