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The success of comfortable disclosing your HIV status depends on how you tell him about this very personal.
It is important to feel confident and not to be afraid, so that your partner also feels confident and is able to perceive information about HIV status normally.
The desire to love and be loved is inherent in each of us. They may even be more than the others, they need attention and care, a feeling next to a soul mate who will understand everything, will not judge and will always be there.
If he or she has the same health problems, then it is easier to deal with any worries and anxieties together.
It's not a secret that many people with HIV also have Hepatitis C.
They will also need to deal with this in their own way.
If you have no symptoms or few of them, then it’s not at all necessary to talk about your infection, for example, to your employer.
Think about it, who will tell about your infection.
You should remember that the news of an infection can be a shock to friends and loved ones.