Treatment issues for women

Angela Garcia, Jennifer McGaugh, Heidi Nass, Cathy Olufs and Claire Rappoport

If you are a woman living with HIV, you probably have a lot of questions. We all do. Since the first studies focusing on positive women began in 1994, many treatment advances have been made.

But there are still few sources of treatment information and support for positive women. Many questions remain unanswered about how HIV and treatments for HIV may affect women differently.

Sections include:

Hormones and HIV, Anaemia, Gut health, Muscle mass, Lipodystrophy, Bone health, GYN care, Period problems, Yeast infections, Herpes, Genital tract infections, HPV and cervical dysplasia, Anal HPV and anal dysplasia, Conclusion and Resource list.

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