But anyways, I’ve grown to love and want a future with her. Can you please confirm whether you were referring to her CD4 count or her viral load. The aim of treatment is to get the viral load to undetectable (below 50 copies). You mention in your question that your girlfriend’s count is low. If someone is on treatment, viral load tests also show how well the treatment is working. How do we make this happen without me getting infected? Many sero-different couples (where one is HIV positive and the other is not), continue to have loving relationships. Viral load tests tell you how much virus there is in your body.
And but again, I think it’s is gaining other people’s knowledge, you know.
I think I’ve always wanted to have a family and have children. So there’s never been anything else in my mind that was ever going to happen and I suppose, when I was first diagnosed, I didn’t think anything was different in that aspect, you know.
I have a very close relationship with my sister and my grandparents, aunt, you know.
Not to mention, everyone's basically swiped left on being patient.
Man B: I used it for about four months at the beginning of last year. Then I tried again for a bit last fall until retiring it for good. Yeah, we both find each other attractive, but once that mystery is stripped, people don't really feel the need to lead with their best foot forward.
I I’ve talked to a lot of people that have got my condition and have had children and gone on to have big families and they struggle but they do it, you know, because that’s what they want to do and I wouldn’t ever want to be held back from, you know, having a family just because of fear, I suppose, of what could happen or what might happen.