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‘Before I was diagnosed I was very fearful of HIV, and scared if people I was dating were HIV positive and if they’d pass it onto me,’ he said. ‘I wasn’t told I was HIV positive in the greatest way, but on reflection it saved my life,’ Chris said.
‘When my doctor first told me I was undetectable, about two weeks after being on effective treatment, I was so emotional, I burst into tears.
It was great news because I know I am healthy and managing the condition.
The NHS also has a database showing services near you – just type in your postcode and take your pick.
Most big hospitals run a walk-in service at their sexual health clinic, so you just show up on the day with no appointment necessary, and wait your turn.