Questions answered online

signpostThe 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.

You can ask a question in two main ways:

  1. Email questions@i-base.org.uk.
  2. Online.

You can also post comments to other questions that are already online as we answer these too.

More information about the Q&A service.

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: 15 July 2020.