Wells Fargo Building (formerly Wachovia), 101 N. Pine St., Suite 200
Spartanburg, SC 29302
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Tracey L. Jackson
Questions & Answers
These are several questions which we are often asked at Piedmont Care. For more detailed information, download or browse our Self Care Guide online or check out our other informational pages.
I am HIV-infected, but my viral load is undetectable. What does that mean? Am I cured of HIV?
I am HIV-infected but do not have any symptoms. Should I start treatment?
What is a CD4 (T-cell) count?
What is a viral load?
My doctor and I have decided not to treat my HIV infection. Do I need to have my viral load/CD4 T-cell count tested again?
I’m having problems taking my medications. What should I do?
How will I know if my treatment is working?
What is HIV treatment?
Is adherence important for HIV treatment?
My doctor wants to change my medications. Why would this be recommended?
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