U=U is great news when it comes to HIV prevention. In short, when someone living with HIV maintains an undetectable viral load, there is effectively no risk that they will transmit HIV to their partner through condomless sex … Read Full Answer
Hep C is an infection of the liver caused by Hepatitis C virus. When one becomes infected with Hep C virus, they may not have any symptoms and may not even know if they are infected … Read Full Answer
Fear of needles is very common, so you’re not the only one who feels this way about syphilis treatment.
There is an alternative for people who are allergic to penicillin, however it requires close follow up to make sure that treatment has been effective. For the rest of us … Read Full Answer
There are 2 different courses of treatment available for gonorrhea and there are a couple of factors that determine which treatment will be the most effective … Read Full Answer
That’s a very helpful question and we are glad that you asked it. Sexually transmitted infections (STI) are predominantly spread through condom-less sex with someone who has an STI. Often … Read Full Answer
You’ve come to the right place for information after an HIV positive diagnosis.
The few next steps can include finding a local doctor who is experienced in treating HIV, learning about how to avoid transmitting HIV, discussing treatment, and taking care of yourself. … Read Full Answer
There are new hepatitis C treatments that are much more tolerable than the previous ones. You’re right, there have been some significant changes in Hep C treatments in the last few years, and now DAA’s (direct acting antiretrovirals) are commonly available … Read Full Answer