Q and A


phoneline signpost graphic2A lot of questions are already answered online.

These are the ten most common questions .

Additionally, each link below links to a page of the most frequently asked questions (FAQs) on some of the most popular subjects.

It can be empowering to look through some of these Q&As before sending us a question. If your question is not already answered, we are very happy to still answer this individually.

You can also look at questions by subject. There are over 30 categories to choose from…

Information on this website is provided by treatment advocates and offered as a guide only. Decisions about your treatment should always be taken in consultation with your doctor.


  1. Lisa Thorley

    Hi Lulo,

    If you’ve always used condoms correctly then there is no possibility that you will have contracted HIV. If you have had sex without a condom, then yes it is still possible that you could be negative. Please see Q5 here:


  2. Lulo

    Hi, i just want to know something, my girl tested positive last year 2016 November and she encourage me to take a HIV test, this year 2017/ February. The results were negative, I asked the nurse to test me again, still the results where negative. Does this thing happen? I did use a condom.

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