Is it advisory to marry a person with HIV +? - Online Doctor Chats
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I have some personnel problems can I share with you
Sorry may I know what r u specialized with ?
I am general physician and I can provide helpful opinion within my expertise.
You can try sharing your concern, if you are ok with it.
I am a widow with 2 kids now my parents have found a person who is willing to marry me and he is ready to accept me and kids
and at home all liked him and I also liked him as he is very good human being and a good natured person
I really don't know wat to do :(
should I go about with this or drop
if yes I need all kind of information
If you have no serious commitments with it, you may drop this decision.
do u suggest this ?
coz I met few doctors and they say he has very low viral load and if we are careful it will not be transferred to me
My suggestion was not a medical one. It was my opinion.
should I emotionally take this or practically
oh I seriously want to give a thought coz he is great person a gentle human and my kids love him ...
but I need to know all facts before I proceed
Yes, when viral load is low the chances of transfer is quite low. Moreover antiviral therapy are available to prevent spread of infection to lowest level.
yes his viral load and cd count is low
only me and my brother know abt this and we have asked 3 doc who treat him but I wanted to know what all I need to do and what all I should do before I proceed
At this point of time, I can tell you that yes,
it is possible to live with a HIV infected individual.
There are means to protect yourself from HIV.
A few means that we suggest are
ok thanks but can u suggest me the best doc from health care magic I want to XXXXXXX face to face and clear some queries I got
practicing safe sex; avoiding contact with body fluids.
Further if there is accidental exposure
it can be treated with prophylactic antiviral therapy.
There are options to take care of HIV prevention.
Now, more than you XXXXXXX a medical consultant, I think you need to consult a family counsellor.
Family counsellor will be able to discuss with you
the problems faced with such families
it will help you be prepared to make more bold decision.
ok grt can u suggest me some who is best in this
Since your concern is related to whether to marry this individual or not, you
also body fluids means is it even saliva also ?
no I need more than family counseling
I specifically meant blood transfers or genital secretions transfer.
One wouldn't spread saliva from speaking or touching/
It needs change in fluids.
Whenever we have serious exposure risks, there are ways to prevent infection.
sorry to ask how abt kissing
will it sperad
Kissing has not reported to transfer virus.
oh ok but I need more details dr
But if you have mouth ulcers/wounds the chances are slightly higher.
can u plz suggest me some good specialist in this area
me and him will go and XXXXXXX as I am seriously thinking to proceed with this. so I will give my 100 % to be safe so I wont be able to make it unless I XXXXXXX a good dr in this field
XXXXXXX like I said you need to realize what your concern is currently.
If your concern is whether or not to marry this person
then you need to contact a family counsellor.
no its not
its living with him when I am married
so I need to know each and every details
May I call you to discuss about this concern.
if that is ok with you.
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