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Serodiscordant Relationships

Serodiscordant Relationships

Are any of you in a relationship where one person is positive and the other one is negative?

A myHIVteam Member said:

My husband was negative. We were together 20 some years before he died due to cancer. It was always the first thing the doctors jumped to in the beginning... "Oh, we have to check him for HIV" I've been undetectable all that time and yes we were still safe.

posted about 3 years ago
A myHIVteam Member said:

I was married for 25 years when I found out I was positive. I was fully expecting my wife to leave me and actually wanted her to leave me, not because I didn’t love her, because I didn’t want to take any chance to infect her. She wouldn’t leave me and we celebrated our 30th anniversary last fall. We are very careful, I take my medications every day and we both get tested regularly. Since we are both in our 50s, and married for so long, our relationship is not based on sex. I know that if anything ever happened to her, I probably would date since my generation seems to be the most uninformed and prejudice about hiv.

posted almost 3 years ago
A myHIVteam Member said:

For what it's worth, I've never been in any actual relationship and at my age with disability, I'm certain I never will. Men don't look at me and I've learned to be ok with that. However at this point, I wouldn't care what someone's status was. I would take almost anyone who wasn't a murderer or on a respirator. 😉

posted about 3 years ago
A myHIVteam Member said:

I dont no about blood but hair..nail clippings can last up to 6 months...if some one realy wants to find out...I no family court in Canada has done this...to give back children from children's aid..very rigerous and alot of unnecessary problems for families...oct 17th legal in Canada...what they call legal..so many restrictions..news today..
It will take yrs to catch up with demand...here ex chief of police of Toronto..got large grow op..r.c.m.p. &ex prime minister...before u.s. does the same...check it all out...the people who been involved for 30 plus yrs are left out...people still getting from regular supply from before...its rigged in so many ways..impaired driving..only buy from sanctioned goverment..or illegal...remember they want there cut..I was in that business for many years...and no many 420 activists...its a mess...so any way they can make money they will..testing..tax's..they had a lottery here last week..for 5 shops in Toronto.. with all kinds of $$$$$ structure...to get into lottery..5 shops for 3.5 milllion to use in metro Toronto..disgrace. I no I am of point...but info might be value to some.....so much more I could say....goverment has made a 3 and forth business's out of it being legal ..courts..and other.....rant over..blessings to all...I personaly like pot..relieves pressures..depression to a point...and hopefully laugh...we need more laughter in world...

posted almost 3 years ago
A myHIVteam Member said:

This is from International High Life... Technically speaking it might be six hours post inhalation for the THC to reach testable levels in your bloodstream, or it could take ten minutes. It depends on the person, the body, and cannabis history. For some exceptionally heavy smokers, THC might even stick around in detectable levels for a few days. Under most circumstances though, the casual smoker can expect that THC levels will drop after less than 24 hours.

posted almost 3 years ago
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