The i-Base Q&A service can answer any question about HIV treatment.
It is mainly a service for people living with HIV to ask about their own care.
Answers are based on current evidence and guidelines by i-Base advocates. The information is to be used in discussion with your doctor.
We have answered more than 30,000 questions since the service first started, with almost 6,000 in 2016.
You can ask a question in two main ways:
You can also post comments to other questions that are already online as we answer these too.
With thousands of questions already answered online, your question might already be answered. Reading other questions is a good way to learn about your HIV and choices.
The Q&A service does not answer questions if you are just worried that you might have caught HIV. See: Why doesn’t i-Base answer questions on HIV testing and transmission?
Last updated: 6 June 2017