We love each other very much, she told me before we met that she was HIV + but low risk + undectable for 2 years now. she contacted HIV from her deceased husband who was having affiars he passed from Cancer, We want to go away ntogether for 10 days to talk all this over,What precautions should be taken as we will be in the same bed with each other for the 10 days,,
You really have to weigh the pros and cons. It will come down to what u can live with. I think really in your vase it's a question of do I love ths person enough to risk HIV infection if condom breaks etc and can I live with it? Best wishes and stay safe. Hobby
Pros and con. With limited info a pro could be I love this person and want to spend the rest of my life with them. A con could be if a condom breaks or you are too overwhelmed with passion to use protection in a moment of weakness and u contract HIV. Are u willing to take a chance can u live with the possibility of HIV? Would u blame the person u are in love with? Etc. just my thoughts. I'm no expert. Peace hobby
Do I love the person enough to risk HIV infection???!!! Valid point! Valid question to consider. Their choice. Their business. Really u are out of line. But I can appreciate how much u do to help. Peace and love hobby
Your point wasn't valid. What does Pro and Cons have to do with him loving someone that is HIV positive? Your comments where your opinions and not actual facts. There are ways to prevent HIV transmission in seronegative relationships.
It's an individual choice. U can take precautions. Not take precautions or leave the situation entirely which is their choice to figure out. I respect that u know more about HIV than I do. But I'm college educated and have the right to an opinion or to try to help. Last I knew I'm a part of the medhelp community. Again I respect you helping people on here but it wouldn't hurt anything to be respectful of others even if u don't agree. Just my thoughts all the best.
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