Although months away, would you isolate yourself again or get the vaccination? Does a treatment in the meantime , satisfy your concerns?
I would consider taking a vaccination if it was approved and my PCP recommended to do so. I do want to get a COVID-19 antibody test once one is been proven accurate and successful.
I NEED a lot more information before i answer -
My experiences thus far with the Health Profession and aids is not good so I don’t not trust them - if it ends up being like the Flu vaccine where it is a yearly thing and MIGHT be effective in preventions or MIGHT give you Mild symptoms or and my favorite Here take this but you are still gonna get it ... cause for you it is meaningless - A LOT MORE INFO IS NEEDED -
What are the side effect with this - how will this inter fear with what i am already Forced to take ???? Far to many questions at this stage to Ever answer this out right
Maybe, depends on how much testing had been done and if it doesn't really with our meds.
@A myHIVteam Member i would get the vaccine after others lol. Id have to make sure its safe and effective. I am seeing reports on treatments that are being used which make me happy and ease some concerns. But, its still not over. Ill continue to be cautious and hopeful. Have a great day!
@A myHIVteam Member I am with you there. My ID doctor is getting up there in age and I do not look forward to the day that I hear that he is retiring. And I would pray that when that happens that I am not stuck with the ID doctor that has come to see me when I was in the hospital. Because he is so rude and doesn't even know everything a ID doctor should know and I tell that by him outright calling me a liar when I told him I got my HIV from a blood transfusion back in the late 80s or from the one I had in the early 90s, All I know is that it came from one of them and he called me a liar and said that no one has ever gotten HIV from a blood transfusion, that is simply not true. He has some learning to do for sure.