Dr. Faith Felder a Tampa based primary care physician talks about the important of safe sex and knowing your status. People with HIV may have no symptoms, but they can still transmit the infection to others. HIV can be transmitted through blood, semen, vaginal fluids and breast milk. African American women account for the majority of new AIDS cases among all US women ( 66% in 2006). Get tested, know your status, practice safe sex. shares some preventative tips to prevent HIV and discusses the importance of getting tested.
Testing HIV positive is not the end of the world—and especially not the end of you. Being HIV positive is a challenge, but it also can be an opportunity to grow. If you’re newly diagnosed, stop and take a deep breath—then start learning how to live with HIV. Visit www.poz.com to watch video interviews, read an introduction to HIV/AIDS and find additional resources. Video Rating: 4 / 5
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