People living with hivaids dating
"Everybody said I should get married." Because Gloria is HIV positive, she thought marriage was out of the question. It could have happened while she was at the hair dressers or at the hospital where she worked.
In spite of all the safety precautions, she must have pricked herself with an infected needle. Gloria became pregnant and was kept under constant medical supervision.
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These days everybody in Nigeria seems to be talking about Michael's agency. He'd already been visiting people with HIV in hospital. "When I looked into their faces, I caught myself thinking this is no life for them and I wondered how I could help." Women under pressure to marry The official figure for the number of people with HIV-AIDS in Nigeria is 3.5 million, but the real figure is probably twice or three times as high. Yet women in Nigerian society are under pressure to find a husband and get married when they are young. In many African cultures, a marriage without children isn't a proper marriage.
Those who know they are infected generally keep this knowledge to themselves. 35-year-old Gloria is one of the women whom Michael has been able to help.
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But now I feel ready to start dating again and would love to find a partner that I can maybe share a future with.I refuse to sit on the shelf anymore and give in to a solitary future because of my HIV!Unfortunately, I have not had very good reactions when I have disclosed my HIV status and have been the victim of ignorant gossip as a result.Global situation and trends: Since the beginning of the epidemic, 75 million people have been infected with the HIV virus and about 32 million people have died of HIV.Globally, 37.9 million [32.7–44.0 million] people were living with HIV at the end of 2018.