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Saturday, February 12, 2005

FAQs: What can I do if the test shows I have HIV?

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Although HIV is a very serious infection, many people with HIV and AIDS are living longer, healthier lives today, thanks to new and effective treatments. It is very important to make sure you have a doctor who knows how to treat HIV. If you don’t know which doctor to use, talk with a health care professional or trained HIV counselor. If you are pregnant or are planning to become pregnant, this is especially important.

There also are other things you can do for yourself to stay healthy. Here are a few:


  • Follow your doctor’s instructions. Keep your appointments. Your doctor may prescribe medicine for you. Take the medicine just the way he or she tells you to because taking only some of your medicine gives your HIV infection more chance to grow.
  • Get immunizations (shots) to prevent infections such as pneumonia and flu. Your doctor will tell you when to get these shots.
  • If you smoke or if you use drugs not prescribed by your doctor, quit.
  • Eat healthy foods. This will help keep you strong, keep your energy and weight up, and help your body protect itself.
  • Exercise regularly to stay strong and fit.
  • Get enough sleep and rest.


For more info see www.cdc.gov

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