How are you? You need to confirm the diagnosis with your physician. If found to be positive, consult a clinician experienced in treating HIV and get psychological support from a counsellor or join a support group. Inform your partner who may also be infected and follow safe-sex guidelines. You could also get information and social and legal support from HIV service organizations in your area. It is important that a strong immune system is maintained with a healthy lifestyle and regular medical examinations. Discuss antiretroviral therapies with a qualified physician. Take care and regards.
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