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Living with HIV/AIDS
Women are mothers, caretakers, spouses, employees, friends, and neighbors — often all at once. Living with HIV as a woman often means dealing with the disease while still fulfilling these other roles. And, HIV introduces many new issues for women to manage.
This section provides information and resources on the many issues faced by women living with HIV. There are special sections devoted to health topics, including depression, pregnancy, and preparing for emergencies with HIV/AIDS. There are also sections about employment rights, money issues, and revealing your HIV status. Learn about these topics and more:
- Caring for yourself and others with HIV/AIDS
- Barriers to care for HIV/AIDS
- Finding your HIV care team
- Mental health and HIV/AIDS
- Pregnancy and HIV/AIDS
- Parenting a child with HIV
- Telling people you are HIV-positive
- Your rights as a woman with HIV/AIDS
- Paying for HIV care
- Preparing for emergencies with HIV/AIDS
Content last updated July 1, 2011.
Resources last updated July 1, 2011.
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