Divorce dating infected with std hiv
Hispanics/Latinos have higher rates of some sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) than some other races/ethnicities.
Having another STD can increase a person’s chance of getting or transmitting HIV.
Some of the symptoms associated with HIV/AIDS are: fatigue, weight loss, fevers and sweats, skin rashes, yeast infections, mouth, genital, or anal sores from herpes infections.
More Hispanics/Latinos have HIV compared to some other races/ethnicities.
Therefore, Hispanics/Latinos have an increased chance of having an HIV-positive partner if they have other Hispanic/Latino partners.
People are considered retained in care if they get two viral load or CD4 tests at least 3 months apart in a year.
(CD4 cells are the cells in the body’s immune system that are destroyed by HIV.) Viral suppression is based on the most recent viral load test.
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Many doctors subscribe to the fiction that seniors aren't sexually active and fail to bring up the subject. It can be years before any symptoms appear, and the first signs can be minor.