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Tales from the Network

Positive Living article • Peter Watts • 30 August 2012

It was while Peter Watts was introducing Joe to some of the services they offer at Queensland Positive People (QPP), that they got to talking.

Diagnosed with HIV some years ago, lately Joe had been struggling with his health and seemed, he said, to be constantly and overwhelmingly tired.

‘Sometimes I just don’t have enough energy to stand up in the shower,’ he told him. read more »

What's Your Problem?

Positive Living article • Dr Louise Owen • 2 September 2010

Doctor Louise answers readers' questions. In this issue she discusses genital warts and sleep problems. read more »

Other ways in which HIV can affect your well-being

From Treat Yourself Right • 11 June 2009

Strategies for dealing with common health issues for women with HIV - fatigue, weight loss or gain, cardiovascular disease. read more »

Fatigue

From Managing side effects • 1 February 2008

From the AFAOAustralian Federation of AIDS Organisations. AFAO is the peak non-government organisation representing Australia's community-based response to HIV/AIDS. AFAO's work includes education, policy, advocacy and international projects. /NAPWHA treatments resource 'Managing Side Effects'. read more »

Worn out?

Positive Living article • Jim Arachne • 15 October 2004

Fatigue is a common problem among people with HIV. A 2003 American survey of 13,768 people with HIV found that 37 percent had fatigue “that was the primary reason for a medical visit,” was persistent or was severe enough to stop them from working. read more »

What's your problem?

Positive Living article • Dr Nick Medland • 1 August 2003

Positive Living’s resident medical expert, Dr Nick Medland, answers reader’s letters. read more »

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