GI side effects
Jan 26, 2005
Which hiv treatment has the most gastrointestinal side effects?
Response from Dr. Young
Many medications, including HIV medications can cause gastrointestinal (GI) side effects. Among the antiretroviral medications, the protease inhibitors are more frequent culprits.
Importantly, newer PIs appear to be better tolerated than the earlier generation of medications, reflective of the progress that we've made in making medications easier to take and better tolerated. BY
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