Dating puma virus
And at that moment I was fine with jumping ship and starting a whole new family with Jake,' Janeli recalls.But Janeli had told her mother, all those years ago 'my husband will never make me choose,' and Jake wasn't about to, assuring her that he'd rather call the whole thing off than see her shunned by her big, close Mexican family.Jake apologized over and over as Janeli's diagnosis sunk in for them both.She could not help her rage, but knew it wasn't his fault.
This drug in particular is fixed-dose combination of two anti-retroviral drugs, tenofovir and FTC, in one pill.The two had been friends for about a year, and when they started dating Jake was a perfect gentleman, never pressuring Janeli into sex, and she wasn't the type to rush into it either, so their STD statuses just did not come up for a while.Then on Valentine's Day ('of all days,' Janeli says), Jake cooked her dinner, but it was clear to Janeli that her boyfriend had something weighing heavily on his conscience. Distraught, he told her 'I'm dying.' When Jake told her that he was HIV positive, Janeli was quick to respond, but she could hardly believe the words coming from her own mouth: 'You're not dying, you're just HIV positive!They were among the two percent of couples whose condoms break and Janeli contracted HIV.Two years later, they became among the five percent of Americans for whom birth control fails, leaving her pregnant.The family cried for their daughter and the man she loved, sad for him and scared for her, but they threw their support behind the couple.When they did finally start having sex, Janeli and Jake were diligent about their condom use, even on and after their wedding night in July 2010.Approaching her 29th birthday, Janeli is a mother-of-three and lives a very different life from what she expected, and from what most people expect the life of someone HIV positive to be like.She and her husband, Jake, of San Antonio, Texas both, live with undetectable levels of the disease, are the proud parents of three HIV-negative children and ready to be a new family portrait of what living with HIV looks like.''It was the strangest out of body experience,' Janeli says, 'I was like "who the hell just said that, what are you doing, girlfriend!"'But she had, and the attitude she adopted so instantly actually had deep roots that would only grow further.