- A married woman has confessed to cheating on her husband and getting infected with HIV/AIDS
- She revealed cheating on her husband with her ex-boyfriend
- The woman is confused now because she does not know who gave her the disease among the two men
A married woman is in a dilemma as she has been infected with HIV/AIDS but does not know how she got it.
According to the woman whose name is withheld for now, she cannot tell if her husband or ex-boyfriend whom she cheated with gave her the deadly disease.
She wrote to a popular relationship site on Facebook on how she cheated on her husband.
According to her, the husband was a cheat too, indicating that she wanted to pay him back in his own coin, leading her to cheat.
She narrated being invited by her ex-boyfriend to his house one day when her husband had travelled outside the country.
That day, she revealed, they had sex.
She was seeking advice from readers on what next to do, saying neither her husband or boyfriend knew about her current situation.
The lady wrote: “Hello David Bondze,
Good evening. I just read a post you shared from your website ‘Needle in the Hay’ and I am terrified. My husband also traveled for some time and I messed up. I gave in to an ex, who invited me over for lunch, and one thing led to another. It was just a stupid fling. I was stressed and lonely and hurt. My husband was having an affair and it had clouded my thinking and feelings.
I recently found out I am HIV+ and I do not know whether or not I got it from my ex or husband. Neither of the men know about my recent detection. What do I do, Dave?” – From a troubled wife.”
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported of a wedding being cancelled by the bride’s family.
This was after the groom’s girlfriend appeared at the wedding claiming to be 5-months pregnant.
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