Men, Don't Sleep With Her If You Notice These 2 HIV Signs In Her Body.
HIV is contactable disease and we must make sure we don't expose ourselves to contracting it. Men should learn to take some precautions because it might be helpful for them.
Men should mind the kind of women they take to their house because of health reasons.
It is necessary to check the HIV status of a girl before having any form of relationship with her.
However, below are some HIV signs men should not ignore in a lady:
1. Menstrual changes
Men, if you notice any menstrual change in a woman, ask her to go for a HIV test inorder to be sure that she is negative. It is important for a woman to go for HIV test whenever her menstrual cycle changes because it could be a sign of HIV.
When a girl begins developing an unusual rashes in her body, take her for HIV test immediately.
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