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I am Hiv positive.. Want to marry a girl
I am diagnosed with hiv 1 year back.. Currently I am on art treatment. Previously before diagnosis of hiv I was weak and lean.. But now after detection of hiv and on art treatment I am feeling better and my health conditions gets improved. At first my cd4 count was 24 .. And now it increases to more than 150...just wanted to ask if I can marry a girl who is hiv negative or can i marry a girl who is also hiv positive.. Means can i get married and with whom... ??
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As per u r choice and after counselling of both
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Morally, it will be correct to marry a hiv positive girl. Then we can reduce the viral load so low that it wont be transmitted to the child.
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Sir marrying someone is a mutual choice. If you marry someone who is hiv negative then chances are that she will get hiv from you. If you marry someone who is already positive then if you have a baby, chances are the baby is born with hiv from.mother. anycase it's personal choice
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open discussion with potential partners about hiv status in front of medical marriage counsellor
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apart from.hiv there are many other conditions for which such pre marriage conselling is required.
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