What happens if the person with HIV forgets to take their medication? | SIDE by SIDE: Ending HIV Together
15 Sep 2021

What happens if the person with HIV forgets to take their medication?

If the person is undetectable and they have been taking their medication regularly, it’s likely that one missed dose won’t hurt anything. The treatments available today are so effective that it could take weeks or even months for someone’s viral loads to become detectable again after treatment is stopped.

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