|hiv liquid meds
Nov 9, 2011
can i have a port or catheter placed to take my meds for hiv
Response from Dr. Henry
There have been situations in our clinic where we have tried a liquid only regimen or placed a tube from skin into stomach in order to administer an effective HIV regimens (in patients unable to swallow pills for some reason). Options depend on which HIV meds are needed and available at your clinic. KH
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