Positive Life NSW Blog

Posted on

IMAGE: Face covered with yellow paint and a black hazard symbol stares back at the viewer.

Our memories of the past can cause anxiety when it comes to taking HIV medicines, writes David Crawford. But leaving the virus untreated for any length of time is no answer. Immediate treatment holds the best and strongest chance for our long term health.

Last modified on

IMAGE: HIV Medication

The scrapping of medications co-payments will dramatically improve access to treatment for some people living with HIV says the state’s peak body representing HIV positive people.

Last modified on

Image credit: Tumblr @scruffyjizzmonkey.tumblr.com

Hot sessions are part of any good sex life but sometimes they can put us at risk. But you can take control of what happens next, writes David Crawford.

Last modified on

Posted on

Image: close up photograph of a man holding a phone to his ear
Image Credit: Gajus / Shutterstock

PLNSW Treatments Officer explains why it's important to let your partners know if you've been exposed to an STI, HIV or HCV.

Last modified on

Image: Two men sitting on the back steps of a house talking together.

It’s not an easy conversation but it’s important to inform your sexual contacts if you’ve been exposed to an STI, HIV or HCV.

Last modified on

Location: Suite 5.2, Level 5, 414 Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010
Postal: PO Box 831, Darlinghurst NSW 1300

Telephone: 02 9206 2177 or 1800 245 677 (freecall)
TTY: 131 450    Fax: 02 9211 5672

proudly sponsored by    website design and build by

digialpac                            avernis