Hepatitis Singles In The UK Can Now Get Back To Dating On MeetPositives.com
Meet Positive is now providing STD dating services in the UK. The dating platform focuses on giving people living with lifelong infections a chance to love and to be loved in a safe way that does not include stigmatization and rejections based on their STD status. Recently, the platform is now offering hepatitis Dating in the UK in addition to UK herpes dating, UK HIV dating, and UK HIV dating.
According to the website, “If you are living with hepatitis, dating can be challenging because you will have to disclose your status to potential partners. The problem is that once you disclose your condition, there’s a chance the other person might not feel comfortable dating you. Even if you use the best way to explain it, some individuals will not want to pursue a relationship.”
“Hepatitis singles should be around people who understand them. Meet Positives is the best place to find like-minded who will not reject or judge you once you disclose your status. Our STD dating site provides a platform for hepatitis singles to find love and companionship again. Sign up to become a member and you will have access to information shared by other members who live with hepatitis. The information will help provide effective ways to live a healthy and happy life with the hepatitis infection.MeetPositives.com has thousands of members living with hepatitis. You will have access to a community where you can share your hepatitis story and get useful information from the other members. Sharing is important when dealing with any condition, and your story and the information you have will also help other people. The most important thing about being a Meetpositive.com member is the fact that you will meet other interesting hepatitis singles that are looking for someone like you.”
According to the CEO of MeetPositives, Jack Lombardi II, “Hepatitis is a disease that affects the liver and causes inflammation. The most common types are hepatitis B and hepatitis C. Although a vaccine is routinely given, there are still many cases of hepatitis. The disease affects as much as 10% of the adult population and hepatitis B is the most common type in adults. Approximately 15% of the people with hepatitis will have recurring outbreaks in a period of 6 to 9 months, and about 30% of the people with this disease will show no signs or symptoms. Over 1 million people in the United States have chronic hepatitis B infections. Since the disease can be spread through the mucous membrane, the infection can be transmitted through sexual intercourse. This can lead to a daunting experience with dating for a positive hepatitis single because some people will not want to date them. However, if you have been infected, you can manage your condition and live a healthy life by following a treatment plan prescribed by a reputable doctor. Dating is difficult for most people in general and being infected with hepatitis does not make it any easier.”
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