About Me: Male, 38, Lima, Peru, member since Jun 2013
I am a guy member of a serodiscordant relationship, since this is new for me it's changing my perspective of life in general. Not so long time ago I passed through a complicated surgery and I realized there are things I wanna change in my life. I like talking about HIV,
[More] Anxiety, being with my friends, go to the movies, read, exercising, travelling, listening music and be happy optimistic... let's say changing my attitude and focus in have an authentic and happy life style.
"Hi and thank for your response. Doctor prescribed a nasal spray (corticoids) and medication for allergies. Nasal spray is for one month. He asked to come back to see if it's working, if it's not then surgery is recommended. He also found..."
" Went to the doctor yesterday he performed an exam on my nose, he basically introduced a tube with a light in my nose and recorded everything on cam. He said I could get my results yesterday but my larynx is irritated and there're a coup..."
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