Learning you are HIV positive is one thing and learning to live with HIV is another thing. After learning you are HIV positive there are things you need to have knowledge about for you to live healthily. Thanks to ARV drugs and safe health practices, people living with HIV can work or even go to school looking as healthy and strong as ever. here is a concrete information about HIV.
1. Is my HIV test report correct?
Getting a false HIV taste is merely impossible even though there are such cases. After being tested and it turns out you are positive, another test will be done. This second test either confirms or contradicts the results of the first test. Seroconversion takes up to six months after you have been infected. A test conducted before six months are over after one is infected with this virus will most likely give you inaccurate data. Negative results are expected when you know for sure you haven't exposed yourself to HIV.
2. How did I end up with HIV?
Not only you will be asking this question but also those around you. HIV is majorly acquired through having unprotected sex with an infected person. Other ways of getting infected include exposing yourself to blood infected with HIV, transfusion of blood that is infected, organ transfusion or using infected blood products.
3. Do ‘’tops’’ get HIV?
Tops are also very much capable of getting infected however their likelihood of being infected is less compared to their partners. According to a report released in 2012, ‘’top’’ have 86% reduction HIV transmission. Insertive partners are also vulnerable.