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I am not sure what to do. please help

Hello and welcome :)

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I am glad you found us! this is a wonderful place to find information and an awesome sisterhood! you are not alone. I know it is scary to be newly diagnosed..but, as a woman living with HIV for alomst 25 years I can tell you their is life after an HIV positive diagnosis :) plese ask anything you want !! we are here :) and look up our blogs <3 many interesting stories.. love and light to you

 

Maria Mejia

Be strong!

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Knowledge is power.  The first thing I did upon being diagnosed, was research.  I scoured the internet and came across this site which was very helpful in answering my questions.  Look around, ask lots of questions and learn :)  

I felt like I had just been handed a death sentence.  But I learned through research, that HIV positive indiviudals can lead 'normal', healthy lives.  The medications and health care avaialbale today, are definitely to your advantage! 

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