How long will it take for HIV to develop resistance to my medications?

Some people believe that, after several years of HIV treatment, it’s inevitable that they will develop resistance to anti-HIV drugs and run out of treatment options.

This is not true. You can take the same drug combination for years and years, without problems occurring.

In fact, if you adhere to your treatment and maintain an undetectable viral load, your HIV cannot become resistant to the drugs that you are taking.

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