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Living With HIV / Re: Malaysian Work Permit
« Last post by virgo313 on Today at 11:47:08 AM »
Hi Harley,
You are wrong.. it is not in a mess. It is totally corrupted.
One can not only "smuggle" human in/out but you can virtually carry cows across our border...
http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/cops-immigration-staff-worked-with-human-traffickers.

Hi Euinau,
I know that migrant workers would need to get HIV tested. BUT there is "always a way" if you employee "can do something" Nothing is impossible with $$$ "Cough".

Basically, it means how "urgent" are you needed here.
If you are open about your status with your potential employer, chances are that you can get a work permit to work here. That's the only direction that i can advise. Thanks 
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Look this is simple.

If what you posted was the 1 and only risk than you simply had no risk. No exposure to start with as HIV can not transmit through an intact condom - end of story!

Test at least yearly for STI's and HIV and use condoms.

Jim
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I apologize Jim I really didn't know how to use this side and I am really sorry I didn't mean to upset or offend anybody. Thank you so much for your answer and that has helped me a lot. I just have to deal with my anxiety and stress and hoping my next test is negative again. Thank you and I am really really sorry
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Living With HIV / Re: my personal experience
« Last post by Newtolife on Today at 11:35:41 AM »
Hope you are feeling better Daniel !

Thanks Jim , looks like viraday is doing ok i hope thing will be better next time and i will be UD
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I Just Tested Poz / Re: Just another dx story
« Last post by virgo313 on Today at 11:27:41 AM »
Hi vrsan,

Good to think so positively.
VL down to 105, CD4 edging pass the 200 mark, % is up..
Thanks for sharing & wish you a better numbers the next time you post. Thanks
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Living With HIV / Re: my personal experience
« Last post by JimDublin on Today at 10:57:52 AM »
I didnt see her , i just went and did the test my self
I will be seeing her in january!

That's grand than  :) Keep doing what your doing (taking your meds) and glad things are looking good.

Jim
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Living With HIV / Re: my personal experience
« Last post by DANIELtakashi on Today at 10:27:16 AM »
I see.  Sorry l misunderstood.
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Living With HIV / Re: my personal experience
« Last post by Newtolife on Today at 10:22:51 AM »
Oh no i went to the lab and requested to do the vl test
As i said before we do pay for vl test here so as long as you are paying they will do it for you without a Dr request
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Questions About Treatment & Side Effects / Re: den2542 - Starting Genvoya
« Last post by Wade on Today at 10:11:55 AM »
Hi, I have been on many combos through the years and switched to Genvoya about a year ago. It is probably the easiest med I have ever taken, the only problem I had was remembering to eat as it must be taken with food.

Wade
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Living With HIV / Re: my personal experience
« Last post by DANIELtakashi on Today at 10:04:58 AM »
Hi.

Do you mean that you saw the result of the previous test?
Doing the test by yourself???
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