On 23 and 24 October, will take place on congress & egrave, s of the League dé t & eacute; French & ccedil ; comfortable fight against AIDS.
On this occasion, Bristol -Myers Squibb dé sail a book filled with t dé Testimonials and photos of women s dé ropositives and interviews m dé doctors and officials of two associations of patients in relation to HIV : Da Ti Seni and Ikambere.
The illustrations are dé t & eacute; r dé alis dé are by photographer Yoann Landing.
Four th & egrave ; are my first dé s : self-esteem, the eyes of others, the dé Sir children and the future.
This project is part of the continuity dé SHE program, created dé dé in 2010, that supports women s dé ropositives and r dé pond & agrave ; questions.
Lanc dé in 18 European countries dé ens, this program is possible thanks & acirc ; & agrave this ; collaboration between associations of patients, m dé doctors sp dé cialis dé s in the management of patients with HIV and women s dé ropositives.
The book will diffuse dé AUPR & egrave ; health professionals s dé sp dé cialis dé s in the management of HIV patients but dé also AUPR & egrave, s women s dé ropositives & agrave ; through patient associations.
& laquo ; Having a child gives me hope, and it’s as if I dé shut in good health dé.
Physically, I ‘m fine and I gained weight & raquo;.
This t dé anonymous testimony, and all others, from the book aims to v é for ; hiculer hope and give strength to women infected dé are HIV communicate, regain self-confidence, to lead life & also laquo ; Standard & raquo; possible.
& laquo ; It is essential that women, young or old, one day contaminated dé e HIV, bless dé e in the flesh, feeling betrayed and soiled, could speak, saying his pain, his difficulty dé s confidence with other women who will pass dé are these phases dé SESP dé rancid, and so regain confidence.
Must be able to address issues of sexuality ;, of procr é dé ation of parenthood dé.
It is essential for everyone to be able to understand what is happening between you and the virus & raquo ;, says Professor Christine Katlama, H & OCIRC ; pital Piti dé -Salp & ecirc ; egrave & sorting, re – Universit é ; Pierre and Marie Curie, Pr dé SPEAKER COREVIH the Ile- de- France Centre.
Risk more dé lev dé s women.
In Europe, one in three people diagnosed dé ‘re with HIV infection is a Women1.
Of these, three-quarters dé t & eacute; contaminated dé es h by dé t dé rosexuelle, which is the case for less than a third of men.
The risk of contamination in a ratio h dé t dé rosexuel are significantly dé lev dé s for women than for men it is not possible to quantify pr dé cis dé for such risks.
Viral concentration, much dé lev dé e in semen than in s dé cr dé vaginal tions ; The fragility dé Cervical ut dé rus, especially in the R & egrave ; rules in STD cases or small the dé sions traumatic ; The mucosal surface expos é e is larger and sperm stagnant for several hours in the vagina.
Infection with HIV is associated with risk gyn dé imposing ecological monitoring dé narrow.
Between 20 and 40% of women s dé ropositives have the dé sions of the cervix ut dé rus that can dé evolve into cancer.
These the dé sions are observed dé es than 3% of women s dé ron dé preroga-.
In addition, the & quot; Developmental & quot ;, especially en dé quently there is an immunosuppressed dé pressure are less likely agrave & ; gu dé rison spontaneous dé e in patients s dé ropositives.
They are li dé are largely agrave & ; papillomavirus infection.
Among patients deep dé ment immunosuppressed dé prim dé es, local treatment by cone biopsy is not recommended é ;, but taking an effective antiviral treatment options to immunity dé often allows the disappearance of these dé sions.
The risk of cancer of the cervix ut dé rus and infection led experts & agrave ; recommend a review gyn dé ecological smear every six months for women s dé ropositives.