What is the viral rebound?


What is the viral rebound? Staying on antiretroviral therapy prevents HIV from multiplying. The viral load drops to an undetectable level. When treatment is stopped, viral reservoirs are reactivated and HIV begins to multiply. Viral load rebounds to a very high level. Recovery treatment may suppress HIV, but a new drug regimen may be needed. Take each pill daily as directed to promote your health and prevent HIV transmission to your sexual partner.



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