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    Add as FriendTop tips for living well with HIV-AIDS

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    1 : TOP TIPS For Living Well with HIV / AIDS Presented by Liza Watts lizahelp4u@gmail.com
    2 : Overview and facts of AIDS There are many ways through which a person can catch HIV infection. The more knowledge you will have on AIDS, the more safe you will be from it.
    3 : Top Tips Experienced, Communicative Doctor Give Up Smoking If you smoke, then quitting is the single most effective way to improve your health. Smoking can also weaken your overall immune system placing people with HIV who smoke at greater likelihood of getting some opportunistic infections and AIDS-defining illnesses
    4 : Diet and Exercise Speak to your doctor or a HIV dietitian for more information. Alcohol Alcohol use can be a factor associated with taking more risks during sex. Be aware of your limitations and protect yourself and your partners from HIV and other infections.
    5 : Recreational drug use can be a factor associated with taking more risks during sex. Be aware of your limitations and protect yourself and your partners from HIV and other infections. Party Drugs Other Medicines & Therapies Tell your doctor what other drugs and therapies you are taking.
    6 : Starting Treatments Side Effects If you haven’t started treatments yet, speak to your doctor about the current guidelines for starting treatment. At present, medical advice is guiding patients to start earlier than previously. Safe Sex Use condoms with a water-based lubricant to avoid passing on HIV and protect you and your partners from some STIs.
    7 : PEP (post-exposure prophylaxis) PEP (post-exposure prophylaxis) must be started within 72 hours of exposure, but within a few hours is best. Hepatitis C Hepatitis C is mainly spread through sharing injecting equipment, but it can also be spread through sex without a condom and particularly sex that draws blood.
    8 : STI Diagnosis & Treatment If you have sex, ask your doctor for STI tests (blood and urine tests as well as throat, vaginal and anal swabs) as part of your regular HIV monitoring. Vaccinations There are vaccinations available for several other infections.
    9 : Social Support Support from family, friends and other people in the same boat can really help. Build a support network and stay in touch.
    10 : Reference Links How You Get Aids http://www.howyougetaids.com/ Basic Information about HIV and Aids http://goo.gl/2qnDR Overview and facts of AIDS http://goo.gl/mTgFq Hiv-Aids Do's and Don'ts http://goo.gl/Pw7Pa STOP AIDS + HIV
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