|what is a true life expectancy?
Jan 19, 2007
i am a 43-year old male who was diagnosed with hp-b & hiv 3 1/2 years ago.my stats are undetectable,and all blood levels are well above normal.i take all meds as directed,and see my provider every 3 months.given this info,will i live a normal long life,even with hep-b ?
| Response from Dr. Pierone
Yes, someone with access to medications who is adherent to therapy and is doing well will continue to do well and should have a normal long-term survival.
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