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Infection does not interfere with work, study or hobbies.
All HIV-infected people at different periods of their life may be faced with the question of whether to tell their close ones about their infection.
They really need a partner who will understand them and will not judge them.
With whom you can talk heart to heart, calmly discuss the problems associated with the disease.
It depends on how exactly the other person will respond to this news.
It's not a secret that many people with HIV also have Hepatitis C.Sometimes HIV-infected people think that they have to tell everyone about it. There are certain people whom you can tell - these are sexual partners and those with whom you shared injecting supplies.You may also want to tell your doctors about this, so that they know what drugs you use and what health problems to look for.The success of comfortable disclosing your HIV status depends on how you tell him about this very personal.
It is important to feel confident and not to be afraid, so that your partner also feels confident and is able to perceive information about HIV status normally.Often it is you who must be strong for your friends and family and help them cope with this information.If you decide to take medications and maintain a healthy lifestyle, then after a while they will realize that you can live with HIV infection for a long time. If you decide to tell a friend or family member, then you should have some materials for them about HIV.But you are not required to inform your employer, neighbors, all friends, family and bus driver about this. It is good if someone from close friends or family members know - this way you have someone to talk with about what is happening, especially when you are sad or depressed.