HIV positive HIV killed her lover influenced his life to start a family saying they are confident that you can live a normal life with the illness.
Sasha Goodman was diagnosed with HIV when she was five years old.
After trying to scratch a pickout of pickout chicken, doctors rehearsed a series of tests and found that she had preserved HIV from her inner mother.
She had to leave school due to the burials and after her mother's death to Aids, Sasha's life began to be discharged from control.
But after meeting Jay Hart's partner, 32, seven years ago, he was surprised at 30 years of age when he was not diagnosed with HIV diagnosis and the two have been a child originally.
Sasha mother-of-two – who had one child before he met Jay – chose not to identify her children but said that the whole family was HIV negative because She spent the disease with Jay or her children.
The full-time and HIV-based HIV activist from Milton Keynes said: "I had never thought I had ever been on my mother, I loved my sweetheart as I did not want to control anyone.
"When I met Jay seven years ago in the inn, my eldest son had already known what I did not have HIV.
"I fell completely on the head of the ashes in love with Jay but I was afraid I could refuse it once and got it out.
"It worked so well, and we used a condom to make sure it was safe while it helped me to accept that I had HIV."
When it came to a family to start, ask a & # 39; couple help with medical help.
Sasha's HIV is treated with antiretroviral medicines, which work to stop a & # 39; virus that appears in a & # 39; body.
The drugs allow the system to repair its protection and prevent more damage.
I fell completely on the head of the ashes in love with Jay but I was afraid that he could refuse me once and then; he got out
As a result of the treatment, the rate of HIV in the blood of Sasha – a virus virus – is considered very low.
The viral community is a lower person, less likely to provide HIV to an aggressive partner.
It meant that although there was a danger that b & # 39; Jay can take HIV care from Sasha when they tried a baby, there was very little.
Sasha currently has two children aged 12 and five, a man with Jay, and said they could not be happier.
She is talking to try to break down the stigma around her illness.
"People can not believe when I tell them that I was born with a disease," she said.
"With the stigma around, people who think you have taken HIV through an uninhabited species.
"When I was a teenager, I told you one friend that I had HIV, telling me the whole school, so I had no choice but let me take my exams .
"During the teenagers, I was always emotional and I was scared to die from the disease.
"I did not take my medication because it was just a continuous reminder that I had HIV, but after losing my mother to Aids it made me become an HIV advocate."
How does HIV treatment work?
HIV treatment does not cure the disease, but does not; stop virus virus from # 39; reproduced in the body.
Antiretrovirals can reduce the level of virus in the bloodstream to unexpected levels.
This means you can not give HIV an sexual partner.
It is now recommended that everyone who is HIV-determined will start direct handling.
This is a & # 39; The fact that doctors were waiting for a viral reduction – the virus number in their flute – to reach a certain degree before being cure.
But the START startup survey showed the fastest start-ups that would start, better.
The aim of the treatment of HIV is to reduce viral reduction that can not be detected by exams.
When this happens, a person can not give HIV and can not harm their defensive system.
A large study called PARTNER was shown to 888 gay couples and only where there was one positive HIV partner and the other HIV negative.
The results showed that the HIV-positive partner was treated and that there was a definitive viral reduction, there were no issues of HIV transmission through uninhabited species.
To find out more, visit Terrence Higgins Trust.
Sasha was diagnosed with HIV after he struggled to get over five five years of age.
Then doctors discovered Sharon Goodman, 42, the mother of the disease from an uninhabited species.
She said: "My mother was confirmed after I knew the doctors I needed to get caught before I was born because of a young age.
"It has been thought to have absorbed the disease by being protected as long as she was at the age of life.
"I had a hard child and I built my grandfather or grandfather, Jane and Bill Goodman, who died since then.
"After the bed had been tied for two years with bad effects of HIV, I needed to learn how to walk again with a tube. I lost out on everything.
"I remember to have a fight when my grandfathers and medicine were tried to give me because I was just a child who never realized that the life of her was at risk. "
The National Aids Trust states that 97 per cent of people with HIV treated are genuinely banned – a & # 39; means they can not give their virus.
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However, HIV is known to attack the defensive system and those who are infected with the virus. Generating the disease is more likely to affect them with general illnesses such as flu.
Sasha said: "The best thing I've ever had to get help and I'm now lucky to help other people who are suffering in silence while they are & # 39; refusing to get rid of them.
"It's a kind of slow dysfunction because they are scared from other people, but HIV is very easy to rule, there is no reason at Anyone with normal life management.
"My HIV family does not have HIV anyway and Jay has an uninhabitable sex for a family to start, this is something that welcomes some people because it seems like it's very bad. "