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Guide to HIV, Pregnancy and Women's Health: Useful Charts

March 2013

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These pages include charts to record important information about your own treatment and help you and your baby with adherence.

These have been taken from the i-Base Treatment Passport which is available free from i-Base. If you'd like a copy please call 020 7407 8488 or order online.


Why Keep a Treatment History?

Any treatment choice for your future care is closely linked to your previous treatment history.

Keeping a short record of your treatment history can help in many ways.

  • It can help you understand your health and treatment.
  • It can help if your doctor changes at your clinic.
  • It can help if you speak to other healthcare workers or to a treatment phoneline for advice.
  • It can help if you ever change hospitals or clinics, or if you want a second opinion, when on holiday or abroad, or if you move to another country.





This article was provided by HIV i-Base. It is a part of the publication Guide to HIV, Pregnancy and Women's Health. Visit HIV i-Base's website to find out more about their activities, publications and services.
 

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