What is "Undetectable Equals Untransmittable" (U=U) — and what does it mean for women living with HIV? Learn more about this groundbreaking discovery, and the worldwide campaign to spread the word about it.
The Well Project has compiled a diverse list of trusted resources we believe can be useful to our community during this unprecedented global event – including women with HIV, their allies, and health providers.
Get the basics about STIs: who gets them, why they are important, and how to protect yourself. Also learn about ten of the most common STIs.
Get information on what hepatitis C is, how it is spread, tests for HCV, women with HCV, and co-infection with HIV and HCV.
Get facts and personal stories about herpes, a sexually transmitted infection (STI) caused by a virus that lives in the nerves.
Get information about what the most common HIV-related brain problems are, how to treat them, and tips for improving your memory.
Learn about the importance of dental care, how using tobacco and/or street drugs affects your mouth, and oral conditions common in people living with HIV.
Pain is common in people living with HIV. Understand common types of pain, what to do if you have pain, and ways to manage or treat pain.
Learn about HPV – what it is, important vaccines and screening tests, and the genital warts, cervical cancer, and anal cancer it can cause.
Learn what hyperlipidemia is, how to know if you have it, and options for lowering your lipid levels, including important food tips.
Learn about lactic acidosis – what it is, what causes it, symptoms, treatment, and risk factors for developing this rare but serious condition.
Get basic information about lipodystrophy: body shape changes, metabolic complications, and causes and treatment of fat loss and fat gain.
Learn about a variety of treatments for fat gain, or lipohypertrophy.
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Get basic information about a variety of approaches to treating the metabolic changes that may result from living with HIV or taking HIV drugs.
Lipodystrophy means abnormal fat changes. This article addresses treatments for fat loss, or lipoatrophy.