I don't know how to explain it any more clearly.
If you have HIV and treatment is available, you should take it. Proper treatment will prevent you from becoming sick. It doesn't matter whether you call it AIDS or just an HIV infection. They are the same thing. Just take the treatment, follow your doctors' advice carefully, and you probably will live a normal life and die of old age many years from now.
oh now i understand you lol. thanks . so if you take the medicine how it suppost to. you wont get aids but stay with hiv right ?
i did not understand you . from what i read your saying that if you have hiv you'll get aids .-. please explain what you meant.
what did you mean not anymore ? because i did find some info that was like 2010 and said that if you take the treatment right you wont get aids. how far before did you mean ? years ? months ?
Good advice from chipdawg and handyman. I'll add that experts no longer really disinguish AIDS from non-AIDS HIV infections. The effectiveness of treatment has made the distinction pretty much irrelevant. It's all just HIV/AIDS.
thanks. for being a nice person and just answering my questions :). good day
can't you just answer my question? all i want to know is that if you will get aids for sure if you get hiv. whats wrong with just answering my question
You should not concern yourself with things that will not affect you!
This is a forum to inform people about exposure risks . You did not have one.
but can you just anwser my question ? i know i don't have it but i am just curious
You do not have HIV!
I read your post from August the second.