Pre And Post Counseling For Hiv
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Psychotherapist and AuthorDear MArcel,I really respect the work you are doing in Romania. Unfortunately in terms of your request, I have never worked with young people. My specialty is working with adults. So I am am sorry to say that I have no idea of how to advise you... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineThe devil is in the details of your total lymphocyte count. I suspect given the CD4 counts you have now, that what you are seeing is an excellent immune response to HIV infection. What usually happens is you have an increase to some degree in CD8... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,Relax Max! Your worries are unwarranted. The HIV-transmission risk via pre-chewed food was noted only in infants with immature immune systems, and there may well have been extenuating circumstances. (See below.) There is absolutely no... Read more »
North Shore University HospitalHIV testing is best accompanied by counseling to provide education about HIV and how it is transmitted. The testing process in the US is undergoing "streamlining" in order to remove any obstacles to getting more people tested. The most... Read more »
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Posted by AnonymousAIDS Survival Project
HIV testing, counseling, and referal
Under supervision of the Program Manager of Prevention Counseling the HIV Pre/Post Counselor provides education, risk reduction activities and HIV testing to the community... Read more »
Posted by needhelp02, 2 RepliesI scheduled a 1:30 appointment with a counseler this afternoon. Right after I take the PCR test. I am reaching out for help. I just read on Webmd that someone's boyfriend had tested neg every year for 6 to 7 years and then got sick with pnuenomia... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyI just want to tell you guys I have spent the last 2 days talking to GMHC counselers and cdc counselers. Let me tell you that the GMHC counselers were so much more compassionate and knowledgable. I had a lady talk to me for 10 min. She told me that... Read more »
Posted by AnonymousI've read a lot of worries and a few post about pre-cum.
In most cases pre-cum is a low low risk esp. with oral sex.
The risk with pre-cum is greater when it comes to anal and vaginal sex, man or woman.
When a penis enters an orafice, not the mouth, it... Read more »
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