Jun 9, 2006
After failure with most of the known combinations, I'm trying Kaletra+Stocrin+Epivir+Viread. The problem is, after 2 weeks I got a violent allergic reaction, with is calming down after another week and some anti-histaminics. Have you heard of this before ?
Response from Dr. Young
Thanks for your post.
Allergic reactions, such as rash are not uncommon reaction to many medications, including HIV meds. Anti-histamines and medication discontinuation are typical therapeutic approaches.
The more difficult question is which of the 5 different medications was responsible-- efavirenz (Stocrin) is probably the most likely to have caused the rash, though less commonly the components of Kaletra or tenofovir (Viread) can cause allergic reactions.
I hope this helps, best luck, BY
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