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This means knowing about both your and your partners’ treatment history.
If neither of you have resistance, or if you both have the same resistance, then there is unlikely to be a problem from not using condoms (other than STIs or unwanted pregnancy).
Some people after a new diagnosis may feel ‘dirty’ having contracted a sexually transmitted virus.
Even if you have been with your partner for a long time before your diagnosis, you cannot assume that your partner is positive just because you are.But if one of you has resistance, especially with a detectable viral load, then reinfection would stop the chance to use these drugs.Telling your partner that you are living with HIV is a personal decision.Using condoms might be difficult if there is pressure from partners not to use condoms, especially if they have not previously been used, or for cultural and religious reasons.
Negotiating condoms can be difficult for many women.
Details of upcoming events can be found on the Calendar of Events. Find out more Our benefits advise team can check your benefit entitlements, help you to complete the necessary forms, advocate with the Department of Work and Pensions and your local council and attend medical assessments with you. Homerton Hospital – Every Monday Royal Free Hospital – Every Monday St Mary’s Hospital – Every Tuesday Ealing Hospital – 1st Tuesday of the month Royal London Hospital– Every Tuesday Northwick Park Hospital– Every Thursday Newham Hospital– 1st & 3rd Friday of each month Chelsea & Westminster – Every Thursday Charing Cross hospital– Alternate Wednesdays If you would like to develop new skills and use your own experience to support people living with HIV why don’t you consider training to become a peer mentor?