What does it mean to be undetectable? | SIDE by SIDE: Ending HIV Together
15 Sep 2021

What does it mean to be undetectable?

Being undetectable means having such a low level of the HIV virus in the body that it is not detectable by HIV tests. This usually happens when people take their medications regularly and maintain a healthy lifestyle and diet. People who are on antiretroviral therapy (ART) can usually become undetectable within six to twelve months of starting treatment.

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