|NNTRI's and NTRI's to NTRI's and PI's
Dec 28, 2004
5 years ago I started on Videx,Viramune,Zerit. At one time or another I have been on Combovir,Epivir,Trizivir(allergic),Videx,Viread,Zerit,and Viramune in different combos during that 5 yrs. I recently was not able to get my meds for approx. 6 months and my V/L topped 360,000 and T4@125. Having to move forced a change in Doctors. The new Doctor, who works for the Dept. of Health and is not a specialist, put me on Norvir,Lexiva,Combivir. He is no longer there and I haven't been to see my new Doctor as I have no idea who it is. He never explained why the change from NNRTI's and NTRI's to PI's and NTRI's. Any ideas as to why the change? Up until that six month period I had always been V/L less than 50 and T4@400-600.
| Response from Dr. Lee
It is not clear why you changed the medicines in the past. It sounds as though you were always not detectable (VL < 50) but you sure changed a lot! There are frequently differences in opinion between doctors. It doesn't mean that one is right and one is wrong, but there may simply be different interpretations of the data. I suggest you ask the doctor you see next to help you understand the reasons for the prescriptions. Also, if the meds are working, you will have minimal risk of developing resistance and so will be able to go back on the NNRTI's if you wish.
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