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Oct 15, 2006

I recently switched to Atripla a month ago. Since I switched would I be able to finish my Combivir and Sustiva that I have left over or should I not mix the combo?

Response from Dr. Young

Thanks for your post.

No, you shouldn't take either AZT/3TC (Combivir) or efavirenz (Sustiva, Stocrin) with tenofovir/FTC/efavirenz (Atripla).

In Atripla, the tenofovir/FTC replaces the AZT/3TC in Combivir; efavirenz is in both Atripla and Sustiva. BY

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