|back pain kidney pain oversvimmed eyes...
Aug 2, 2009
I change my medication after 6 months I started it-before I taked Kaletra and Truvada and after Truvada and Viramun... after couple months-I start feel pain in my back-kidney arria,and everyday my face and my eyes quietly swelling -heavy.. I check witch my doctor urine and kidney-he told me results normal-kidney seems work ok. but I still no understand what can be reason for pain and swimmed eyes?? I dont drunk,dont smoke-my food quietly clean..feels like if someone got really drunk-and next day you see this person-and say-oh mu god. shut I change Truvada for something else?and what can be alternative?? I no want sustiva-its cause migrane depression-and I quite sensitive to it. thanks a lot. Daniel
Response from Dr. Frascino
Unfortunately I cannot diagnose the cause of your back pain over the Internet. There are a great many potential causes. If your urine and kidney function tests are normal, chances are the discomfort is not coming from your kidneys. Similarly there are many potential causes for your eye symptoms. Follow up with your doctor for additional evaluation if these symptoms are persisting or worsening.
Regarding your antiretroviral regimen, assuming these drugs are not the cause of your current symptoms (I doubt they are), changes in treatment should be guided by resistance profiles, efficacy (decreasing viral load, increasing CD4 count) and tolerance of the regimen. Work closely with your HIV specialist physician to review your options and the effectiveness of your current regimen.
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