- A beautiful young woman has left many people inspired after sharing some snaps of her lovely family
- According to her post, none of her children or her spouse are HIV-positive despite her status
- Many people loved the fact that she was debunking myths and stigma around the virus and commended her in the comment section
A young lady is making a difference in the world one informative post about living with HIV at a time. Heading online, the beautiful woman recently celebrated that her youngest child, like her two older children, has also tested negative for the virus.
"Guys my baby just did his 18-month test and he is HIV negative. Nkosi ngiyabonga," she captioned snaps of her big and happy family.
The young woman has dedicated herself to helping people better understand that living a normal life with HIV is completely possible by sharing snaps of her family and sharing how she takes care of herself.
Locals had this to say:
"So what is the process of planning for having kids for HIV couple of if one is HIV and the other is negative. And again do guys need any physiological help to deal with the process."
"I mean she shares her status with the world... what she is doing here is to educate, eliminate the stigma. Let her enjoy this moment."
"Awesome I am happy for you and your baby."
"The kind of content that l signed up for."
"That is great news, I'm soooooo happy that the little one is healthy."
In similar inspiring YEN.com.gh reports, a South African woman living with HIV has taken to social media to reveal how she has been keeping her husband safe from the virus. Angela Motsusi, who is a nurse, said HIV patients who take their ARVs daily, attend all clinic appointments and do blood checks as scheduled are safe to have sex with a negative partner.
The health worker wrote on her Facebook page:
“Living testimonies of #UequalsU, it’s simple really, if you are HIV-positive, take your ARVs daily and attend all your clinic appointments and do blood checks as scheduled, by taking your treatment everyday you will be virally suppressed and with a sustained, suppressed viral load you CANNOT sexually transmit HIV to your partner, I am positive and he is negative."
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