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HIV/AIDS dose not cure, please take care of your self and help save others not to get it. take your treatment as recommended and use protective wares during sexual intercourse.
Living with HIV and staying healthy: Receiving a diagnosis of any life-threatening illness is devastating. But the emotional, social and financial consequences of HIV/AIDS can make coping with this illness especially difficult — not only for you but also for those closest to you. Fortunately, numerous services and resources are available to people with HIV. Most HIV/AIDS clinics have social workers, counselors or nurses who can help you with problems directly or put you in touch with people who can. They may be able to arrange transportation to and from doctor appointments, help with housing and child care, deal with employment and legal issues, and see you through financial emergencies. Coming to terms with your illness may be the hardest thing you've ever done. For some people, having a strong faith or a sense of something greater than themselves makes this process easier. Others seek counseling from someone who understands HIV/AIDS. Still others make a conscious decision to experience their lives as fully and intensely as they can or to help other people who have the disease. Always try to go for counseling it's important.
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The risk of HIV transmission through oral sex will be higher if the person giving oral sex has mouth ulcers, sores or bleeding gums and/or if the person receiving oral sex has been recently infected with HIV (and has a lot of the virus in their body) or another sexually transmitted infection. The type of sex also makes a difference to the level of risk: performing oral sex on a man with HIV carries some risk, particularly if he ejaculates (comes) in your mouth it is possible to catch HIV by performing oral sex on a woman with HIV, particularly if she is having a period, although this is considered to be extremely low risk receiving oral sex from someone who has HIV is also extremely low risk as HIV is not transmitted through saliva
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