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LIVING WELL WITH HIV

Quarterly injectable PrEP for women?

HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis, better known as PrEP, is the treatment capable of preventing infection by this virus, and is an increasingly accepted strategy to reduce transmission in vulnerable people. However, one population that is highly

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Activismo del VIH La lucha no termina

HIV activism: the fight is not over yet

HIV activism has been instrumental in the fight against the epidemic. Not only has he defended the rights of people living with the virus, but he has also pushed governments and decision makers to create

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Hombres trans y su riesgo frente al VIH
Living well with HIV

Trans men and their risk for HIV

The history of HIV is full of prejudices about who can and cannot get the virus. The vast majority of these ideas have been wrong, and the only thing they

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Living well with HIV

When is it necessary to change ART?

“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.

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Viviendo al máximo, autoestima y VIH
Living well with HIV

“LIVING TO THE FULLEST: Self-esteem and HIV”

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.

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No existe la PrEP para las ITS

There is no PrEP for STIs

The discovery and development of antibiotics was a watershed in medicine, since until its arrival there were many diseases that there was no way to control, including many of the most common sexually transmitted infections

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Chlamydia, everything you need to know

Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted infection (STI), so anyone who is sexually active can get it. However, the infection is more common in some groups, such as young people and gay and bisexual men. Fortunately,

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La PrEP no te protege contra las ITS
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PrEP does not protect you against STIs

HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) is an effective method of reducing the risk of contracting the HIV virus in people who are at high risk of infection. However, it is important

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Verdades y mentiras de la elasticidad del ano
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Elasticity of the anus: truths and lies 

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.

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La fibra y el sexo anal
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In anal sex, what you eat matters

The preparation for anal sex begins long before the two people who are going to practice it even meet. Not only fantasies and desire can start with great anticipation, but it is also recommended that you have everything ready for that moment.

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