Dating hiv people positive
AIDS.gov: When One Partner is HIV Serosorting is when gay men choose only sex partners who have the same HIV status they do in an attempt to prevent HIV.
Serosorting is not a guaranteed strategy to prevent HIV transmission, but a lot of guys use it.
Yet the romance faded, those brown eyes now sparkle for someone else, and I am left with this damn positive sign that I can’t seem to scrub off.
It’s not the bet I thought I was making, but life is far from over.
A common misconception is that once a man learns he’s HIV-positive, he’ll behave in an unsafe, reckless way—that the damage is done and he no longer has to worry about protecting himself.
In fact, the positive man must protect himself even more, to safeguard his health from pesky ancillary viruses.
I have been through all of the online matchmakers and I cannot find anyone remotely close...
For him, that means avoiding those question marks at all costs.
For you, well…an HIV-positive man who is in treatment and is determined by his physician to have an undetectable viral load has reduced your risk to the smallest statistical possibility.
This article describes a 2013 Seattle study that found that 40% of HIV-negative men and 25% of HIV-positive men serosort.
Remien, I am currently in a relationship with an HIV- man. My partner would like to further our sexual relationship and include anal sex.
reruns not to become disillusioned with the prospect of finding love.