Life Expectancy Of Someone With HIV?
Good morning, I have been diagnosed with HIV since last year. Lab examination results. My CD4 is still normal, not decreasing. And I haven’t experienced any of the symptoms if I am infected with HIV such as prolonged flu, weight loss, fever or others. R nBut I was immediately given ARV therapy until now, taken 2 times a day. R nMy questions: r n1 . Do I have a longer life expectancy? R n2. Will I get better? R n3. Can the dose of ARVs be reduced to 1 time per day? R n4. Can I transmit HIV if I have sex? R nThank you for the answer.
Giving ARV or anti retro viral aims to inhibit the development of the virus in your body. When you are diagnosed with HIV, it means that you have the virus in your body and you have the potential to transmit it even though you don't feel the symptoms of HIV infection yourself. Until now, there is no cure for HIV infection, but by taking ARVs as early as possible and according to doctor's instructions, the life expectancy of sufferers will be better because the development of the virus in the body is more controlled. Regarding the dosage of ARVs, there are several considerations by doctors so that only a doctor who knows your condition should determine the best dose for you.
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