Antiretroviral Therapy: Angelina's Story
Considering and starting antiretroviral therapy for HIV can be an emotional time. Speaking openly and honestly with your healthcare team, as well as other people living with HIV, may help you overcome any worries or concerns.
Hear how Angelina started treatment for her HIV ‘twice’. The first time was five years after her diagnosis during her pregnancy. She stopped treatment shortly after childbirth. Angelina started treatment again when she fell ill with a weakened immune system. Despite feeling like she had been diagnosed with HIV for a second time during this illness, Angelina worked with her doctor to select a treatment that was best for her.