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Go to health centers or hospital and seek advise on how to help prevent your baby from acquiring HIV; during pregnancy, child-birth and during breast feeding. and if so, start getting treatment as soon as possible.
What is medication adherence? Adherence means “to stick firmly.” So for people with HIV, medication adherence means sticking firmly to an HIV regimen—taking HIV medicines every day and exactly as prescribed. Why is adherence to an HIV regimen important? Adherence to an HIV regimen gives HIV medicines the chance to do their job: to prevent HIV from multiplying and destroying the immune system. HIV medicines help people with HIV live longer, healthier lives. HIV medicines also reduce the risk of HIV transmission.
A person with HIV can pass the virus to others whether or not they have any symptoms.
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Just because you do not show symptoms of HIV does not mean you don't have it. Transmission of the disease could happen without the knowledge of it.
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A person with HIV can pass the virus to others whether or not they have any symptoms. People with HIV are more infectious in the weeks following infection. HIV treatment significantly reduces the risk of someone with HIV passing it on.
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