Self-care Symptom-management StrategieS amongSt women living with hiv / aiDS in an urban area in KwaZulu-natal

@inproceedings{Modeste2010SelfcareSS,
  title={Self-care Symptom-management StrategieS amongSt women living with hiv / aiDS in an urban area in KwaZulu-natal},
  author={Regis R. Marie Modeste and Sisana J. Majeke},
  year={2010}
}
People living with HIV and AIDS experience a number of symptoms such as fatigue, nausea and vomiting, fever and anxiety during the various stages of the illness. This has a negative effect on their quality of life. Women are the most commonly infected group and are at greater risk of acquiring HIV than men. In addition to their vulnerability, women have other responsibilities in society and expectations from society to fulfil. Women’s health-seeking and health practice behaviours are often… CONTINUE READING

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