Speak with your doctor about fatigue. I feel the same way, although I've only been on medicine for a few months. But my doctor (an infectious disease specialist) says that HIV can take a toll on your physical strength.View Thread
I'm not sure why I am posting this. I just need help. Everytime i scratch myself I freak out because I would kill myself if I gave it to someone. How do I move on? How do I get on with whatever semlance of a normal life I can have? Every day 24/7 its all I think about. I wake up thinking "another HIV+ day".. and go to bed thinking the same. I've started stribild but foolishly I am hopeful it will cure me. Any tips on moving on? On how to get past this and get on with my life? My relationships are failing, I was fired...since this has happened my life is falling to shambles. Help. Please.View Thread
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