Younger people with HIV can have 'older' immune systems.
Some antiretrovirals can increase the amount of fats in your blood, causing hypertension.
Three types of cancer are classified as ‘AIDS defining’ under British HIV Association guidelines.
Diabetes is a common condition – type 2 diabetes can be managed by lifestyle changes such as a good diet, exercise and not smoking.
HIV increases the risk of heart disease and inflames the heart.
HIV can cause specific kidney damage known as ‘HIV associated nephropathy’ (HIVAN).
HIV-associated dementia is now rare because more people are being diagnosed early and starting treatment on time.
Many women living with HIV can expect to have a normal lifespan and will go through the menopause.
HIV can sometimes affect your hormonal system, including your periods.
People living with HIV have more incidences of bone mineral density loss and fragility fractures.
Various people talk about their experiences of living with HIV.
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