Living with HIV for the past 16 years and being over the age of 50, Charles Sanchez is showing signs of aging, but no sign of slowing down.
Through The Afiya Center, an organization run by black women in Texas, this anonymous writer was finally able to get the abortion she needed.
"We've got a lot to talk about; we can help each other through," JD Davids writes.
After dealing with the physical and emotional consequences of suffering from the skin condition for five years, Justin B. Terry-Smith thinks he might have finally found a solution.
For Louis, a switch in his HIV meds was all he needed to get rid of those pesky side effects and feel like he did "before AIDS messed me up."
Have you ever felt depression as a side effect from HIV medication? Did you ever feel that you deserved the depression? One PLWHA discusses his experience here.
Born with hemophilia in 1965, Barry Haarde is part of a generation of hemophiliacs who contracted HIV and hepatitis C from blood supplies in the 1980s. For the past few years, in order to fight the stigma and show the capabilities of people living wi...
"Ten years later, and I'm still here to tell the tale, but it has been a hard road at times! Rory writes. "I never want to burden people with my woes, so I always put a brave face on and hide behind a mask."
Is there a connection between consistent quality of sleep and a person's CD4 count? That's a question John R. and his doctor are exploring.
Some people think that Mike, the writer of this guest blog, is lucky because he has a CD4 count of 1600. He doesn't call it luck; he calls it responsibility, which helped him overcome Atripla's side effects.