What is HIV?

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a virus that weakens your immune system, making it less effective against infections and diseases. It spreads through sexual contact, contact with infected blood, illicit drug use, or from mother to child in a high-risk pregnancy or during breastfeeding. Without treatment, HIV can develop into acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) over several years. While there's no cure, preventative measures can be made and medications can be taken to get the infection under control.

For HIV support and information, reach out to Schneck. We’ll provide expert guidance in managing your health, as your well-being is our top priority. Our providers offer comprehensive and compassionate care as they work with you to make your health yours whether you’re seeking preventative measures or management methods.

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