Understand the link between HIV and hard belly fat

If you have HIV and have noticed your belly growing and feeling firm, it might not be regular weight gain, but a buildup of excess fat around your organs, deep inside your body. This is called excess visceral abdominal fat.

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Are you at risk of having excess visceral abdominal fat?

If you are a person with HIV, complete this short survey to find out if you may be living with excess visceral abdominal fat.

If your responses signal that you may be at risk, we’ll get in touch to answer any questions you might have and provide more information about this condition.

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Take the survey

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Excess visceral abdominal fat is a serious, chronic condition that can impact both your physical and mental well-being. Recognizing the symptoms and learning about the causes, risk factors, and the impact on your health are key to better understanding and managing excess visceral abdominal fat.