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Positive: Coping with a New Diagnosis of HIV

So the test came back positive, now what? First off, don’t panic. With early detection, there is a lot that can be done for people infected with HIV. There are new drugs that can allow you to live a longer, healthier life. However, it is still important to see your doctor to discuss treatment options. Your test counselor will also probably discuss notifying your present and previous partners. This is important so that they can be tested and treated as well. Read on at FamilyDoctor.org for important advice on diet, reducing stress and improving your overall health while coping with HIV.

Posted: 1/18/08