- A young mom took to social media to share that although she is HIV positive her daughter is HIV negative
- @Makhalimela_P shared a post on Twitter explaining that her HIV is undetectable and therefore is untransmittable
- South African tweeps took to her replies section to commend her bravery and ask her a few questions about her story
@Makhalimela_P on Twitter took to the bird app to share that her daughter is HIV negative while she is HIV positive. @Makhalimela_P explained her tweet that her daughter's father is also HIV negative.
She revealed in her replies section under the tweet that after six months of being on ARVs her HIV became undetectable, meaning it is also untransmittable. Many South African tweeps had tons of questions for the stunning mom.
@Makhalimela_P had no problem taking time out to answer questions and explain her situation to the curious tweeps.
Take a look at her inspiring tweet below:
Below are just a few of the replies she received, many with questions that she happily answered:
"Thank you for this. Ndaze ndancuma for the fact that I can date someone who is HIV positive, as long as they take meds accordingly."
"I'm pretty sure a lot of people are inspired."
"People need to be educated on this."
"That man is brave. Honestly, I wouldn't have stayed. Big up to you all as a family."
@mncwabe_thando responded with:
"I always hear people talking about partners 1 positive n one negative... Eish I always ask myself how does it happen."
Previously, Briefly News reported on a young and beautiful woman who recently shared a truly heartwarming post about how grateful she is to be alive and living 22 years after testing positive for HIV.
Locals loved to see how positive she was and soon reacted to the post over 2k times. Many of them also headed to the comment section where they complimented her to the moon and back.
Briefly News also reported that a young lady is making a difference in the world one informative post about living with HIV at a time. Heading online, the beautiful woman recently celebrated that her youngest child, like her two older children, has also tested negative for the virus.
The young woman has dedicated herself to helping people better understand that living a normal life with HIV is completely possible by sharing snaps of her family and sharing how she takes care of herself.
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