HIV Treatment in Cedar Park

HIV Treatment in Cedar Park

HIV may seem like a scary disease, but it is becoming more and more manageable with treatments and medications that are constantly improving. We are here to support you through your HIV treatment in Cedar Park to:
  • Check your HIV status
  • Start and guide you through your HIV treatment
  • Manage HIV side-effects or complications

Have questions? Give us a call today to talk to the lovely staff at Pride Family Medicine!

HIV Treatment in Cedar Park

Treatment Details

HIV Screening
HIV & AIDS Monitoring and Treatment

The pricing of treatments, services and special offers are subject to change and terms and conditions. Kindly check service costs upon booking. 

What is HIV treatment and how does it work?

HIV treatment involves the use of anti-viral medications that are used to reduce the amount of virus in the blood. This limits how quickly the virus can multiply in your body and then reduces symptoms, chances of transmitting the virus (see also HIV PrEP) and can prolong an HIV positive person’s life.

Do you need a prescription for HIV treatment?

HIV medications should only be given by a qualified, registered healthcare provider that is trained in the treatment of HIV and can advise you on how to take it and how to manage any side effects.

How effective is HIV treatment?

HIV treatment can be extremely successful in reducing HIV symptoms, the chances of transmitting it (see HIV PrEP) and prolonging your life. It is very important that you take it as your healthcare provider prescribed otherwise the virus can mutate. This causes treatment resistance and makes the treatment you used to be taking ineffective. It also means you can transmit the mutated virus.

How should HIV treatment be taken?

HIV treatment is usually given as a combination of different medicines in a tablet or tablets. How and when it should be taken depends on the specific combination you are prescribed by your healthcare provider.

What are the side effects of HIV treatment?

Some people might not have any symptoms while a few will have severe symptoms. Most will only have mild symptoms like nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, headache, tiredness and sleeplessness that last a few days or weeks. It will depend on what combination of treatment you are prescribed.

Meet Our Providers

At Pride Family Medicine
Raissa Behm, FNP
Owner, Board Certified Nurse Practitioner
Jason Spees, FNP
Board Certified Nurse Practitioner
Eric Behm, FNP
Owner, Board Certified Nurse Practitioner
Ashley Whatley, FNP
Board Certified Nurse Practitioner

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