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  1. Make them easy to find—always keep your medication in the same place.
  2. Use a pillbox with the days of the week, so you can see whether you’ve taken your medication for the day.
  1. Set an alarm or get an app for your phone that reminds you to take your medication, and take it the same time every day.
  2. Have your medication with you if you’re going to be away from home when you’re supposed to take it.
  3. Refill your medication on time so you don’t have to miss a dose.


If you think you are experiencing a side effect after starting your HIV medicines, talk to your healthcare provider. If the side effects are hard to deal with or bad enough to make you want to stop taking your medicines, talk to your healthcare provider right away.

Your source for answers about insurance coverage and patient savings.

If you have questions about insurance coverage, the Patient Assistance Program (PAP),* ViiVConnect Savings Card,* and other financial support programs, visit ViiVConnect.com for answers that can help you get the ViiV Healthcare medicine(s) your doctor prescribed. Or connect with a dedicated ViiVConnect Access Coordinator at 1-844-588-3288 (toll free), Monday–Friday, 8 AM–8 PM ET. *Subject to patient and prescription eligibility. The ViiVConnect Savings Card does not constitute health insurance.