Yeah, you definitely need to talk to him. Very important that he be on medication, because that's the only way to prevent symptoms. And it impacts your life as well.
Can you start by telling him that you can't imagine life without him, that he's your soul mate (or whatever), and begin with that? That you work in healthcare and that you suspect he's HIV +? And go from there?
And yes, we're all here to support each other - I married a man I had been dating for 7 years before he showed up + (he had a series of negative tests, it wasn't until he was symptomatic that he was identified as HIV +). As you said, I couldn't imagine life without him - and it's just another disease, albeit a misunderstood one.
So the team can be your support network, right?
Big hugs to you!!!
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