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PEP and PrEP are both HIV preventative methods that involved taking HIV mediation to reduce your chances of getting infected with HIV. Here's the difference:
When HIV was first discovered, it was viewed with a lot of fear and seen as a deadly disease. Thankfully, it can be prevented and managed better. Read more.
Have you ever wondered if there are different types of HIV tests? Well, yes, there are Choma. Here are the 4 types of HIV tests that exist.
There are organisations dedicated to helping people understand HIV, and decrease stigma. Here are 4 organisations that are dedicated to educating and creating awareness around HIV.
Having a solid support structure when you’re living with HIV is important because it can make this journey a little easier to deal with. Here's how you can show your support.
Sometimes, however, life happens and taking your treatment might slip your mind. To avoid that, here are tips to help you remember to take your treatment every day.
PEP is the process of taking antiretroviral medication (ART) as soon as possible after potential exposure. Find out more here:
Water warts are blisters that are filled with fluids and they are normally caused by a virus called molluscum contagiousum. Read more here:
The effect of HIV is to multiply in the body and damage the immune system by making it weak. Here are 6 examples of HIV-related opportunistic infections.
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