LIVING WELL WITH HIV
“TARV” or “ARV” are the acronyms used to refer to antiretroviral treatment or therapy, the combination of drugs that people living with HIV take to stay healthy. This occurs because the drugs prevent the replication of the virus and keep it at “undetectable” levels, at a concentration so low that tests cannot detect it and it cannot be transmitted.
Today, the fight against HIV and AIDS has advanced significantly in terms of research and medical advances. However, positive people still face numerous challenges, such as stigma and discrimination. Every
If you are living with HIV and things have been a bit complicated lately, we propose a transformative journey towards self-acceptance. Through a motivating message, we invite you to discover your intrinsic value and empower that hidden super power that allows us to face challenges and improve the relationship you have between self-esteem and HIV in your life. Join us in this column to cultivate the inner strength that will change your world.
Sexuality manifests itself in various practices and preferences. One of them is anal sex, a common practice accepted by many people in their sexual lives, but it is still a subject surrounded by myths and false beliefs that can affect whoever practices it, either physically or psychologically.