- Can I infect my partner with an undetectable viral load?
- Do you have to tell someone you are undetectable?
- Can I test negative if my viral load is undetectable?
- Can a person taking Arvs test negative?
- What will happen if I skip my ARV for 2 days?
- What is the lowest viral load?
- How long can you have HIV without knowing?
- How do you know if a female has HIV?
- Is POZ undetectable safe?
- How long can you stay undetectable?
- How do I know if Im undetectable?
- How does HIV make you feel?
- What is usually the first sign of HIV in males?
Can I infect my partner with an undetectable viral load?
Having an undetectable viral load does mean that there is not enough HIV in your body fluids to pass HIV on during sex.
In other words, you are not infectious.
For as long as your viral load stays undetectable, your chance of passing on HIV to a sexual partner is zero..
Do you have to tell someone you are undetectable?
You do not have a moral obligation to disclose your status if there is no risk of transmission and he never asked. You do, however, have a tremendous legal interest in proving that you did disclose. It may not be right or fair, but it’s the reality of HIV criminalization laws today.
Can I test negative if my viral load is undetectable?
The bottom line is that if you’re living with HIV and have an undetectable viral load, you will still test positive for HIV if you get tested. But, this is expected, and doesn’t mean that your treatment is not working or that you aren’t undetectable.
Can a person taking Arvs test negative?
HIV self-tests (home tests) frequently give false-negative results when used by people with diagnosed HIV who are taking antiretroviral therapy, with implications for the messaging around self-testing, according to a South African study presented at the 10th International AIDS Society Conference on HIV Science (IAS …
What will happen if I skip my ARV for 2 days?
Missing doses of HIV medicines can reduce their usefulness and increase the possibility of developing drug resistance, which makes certain HIV drugs lose their effectiveness. If you realize you have missed a dose, go ahead and take the medication as soon as you can, then take the next dose at your usual scheduled time.
What is the lowest viral load?
What the Results MeanA high viral load is generally considered about 100,000 copies, but you could have 1 million or more. … A lower HIV viral load is below 10,000 copies. … A viral load that can’t be detected — less than 20 copies — is always the goal of HIV treatment.
How long can you have HIV without knowing?
Most people infected with HIV experience a short, flu-like illness that occurs 2-6 weeks after infection. After this, HIV may not cause any symptoms for several years. It’s estimated up to 80% of people who are infected with HIV experience this flu-like illness.
How do you know if a female has HIV?
What are the symptoms of HIV/AIDS in women? Many people have no symptoms when they first become infected with HIV. Some people may have a flu-like illness (including fever, headache, tiredness and enlarged lymph nodes) within a month or two after exposure to the virus.
Is POZ undetectable safe?
If you’re HIV poz, undetectable comes with amazing health benefits as well as the assurance that you are keeping the guys you play with safe. And if you’re neg, having sex with a poz guy who’s undetectable can give you the confidence that you won’t get HIV.
How long can you stay undetectable?
A person’s viral load is considered “durably undetectable” when all viral load test results are undetectable for at least six months after their first undetectable test result. This means that most people will need to be on treatment for 7 to 12 months to have a durably undetectable viral load.
How do I know if Im undetectable?
The only way to know if your viral load is undetectable is through an HIV viral load or HIV RNA test that your doctor or health care provider can do. You will need to have your blood drawn for this test, and the test will determine the level of virus in your blood that day.
How does HIV make you feel?
The first 2-4 weeks after being infected with HIV, you may feel feverish, achy, and sick. These flu-like symptoms are your body’s first reaction to the HIV infection. During this time, there’s a lot of the virus in your system, so it’s really easy to spread HIV to other people.
What is usually the first sign of HIV in males?
cough and shortness of breath. recurring fever, chills, and night sweats. rashes, sores, or lesions in the mouth or nose, on the genitals, or under the skin. prolonged swelling of the lymph nodes in the armpits, groin, or neck.