|CONFIRMED HIV+ and STRUGGLING
Nov 7, 2002
Can you create a new forum for those who are worried that they might be HIV+ and leave this one for those of us who are and who have haard questions related to our confirmed HIV+ status?
Response from Dr. Frascino
Thanks for writing. We could probably fill 20 forums with the number of worried well/worried sick questions that come flying in! We do have our Forum on Safer Sex and HIV Prevention, as well as a bulletin board, already in place. I continue to hope and encourage "Am I infected" questioners to refer their concerns to these sites.
You are absolutely correct that this forum is for folks who are confirmed HIV-positive and who are having trouble with fatigue and/or anemia. I assume your question relates to you being "tired" of seeing so many worried well questions posted here, right? I hear you and again will ask all worried wells to please submit their queries to the Safer Sex Forum. OK? I also really do try to answer, as a first priority, all significant confirmed HIV+ folks who submit fatigue/anemia questions. That includes yours!
Thanks again for your comments/suggestions.
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