Relationships where one person is HIV positive and the other is HIV negative are called ‘serodiscordant’.
If you're both living with HIV, in what we call a seroconcordant realtionship, here's what you need to know.
Some advice on talking about HIV with your partner.
Unfortunately it is common to experience feelings of blame following your HIV diagnosis.
Faith communities can be incredibly supportive but some may find it difficult to discuss HIV and sexuality.
The challenge of being HIV positive in the UK while your family lives in another country.
When someone is diagnosed with HIV it can be emotionally draining for them, but it can affect you as well.
Stigma is when a negative label is attached to an aspect of a person which is wrongly seen as disgraceful or unacceptable.
Sometimes HIV plays a part in breakups, especially if you have been newly diagnosed.
Various people talk about their experiences of living with HIV.
CAB - Citizens Advice Bureau
HIV Drug Interactions
George House Trust
Equality and Human Rights Commission
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