My partner of 18 mos is neg as of his last test, but sometimes I feel he compromises his safety during sex. I have become so fearful that it interrupts my sexual experience with him. I love him so much, and I fear his next test will be pos. At times I get aggravated with him because he seems apathetic about it. He truly is the best thing that ever happened to me. I had resolved after my diagnosis that I would have to live alone or at least abstinent the rest of my life--he is truly the lover of my soul. Just wanted to put this out here to see if anyone else in polar relationships might have some advice. -- Will
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