|Taking Medication While Crossing Time Zones
May 28, 2007
I read an article on your website regarding maintaining a medication schedule while traveling across timezones. I've recently developed a web site that might help. I wrote it to save my wife (a pharmacist) time at work. It's free to use and doesn't require registration. http://www.whenshoulditakemymeds.com
Hope it's of use.
| Response from Dr. Young
Thanks for the tip. I generally tell my patients not to perseverate over the time zone changes (unless they are frequent or large)- a few hours one way or the other on occasion won't affect the potency of current HIV combinations.
Thanks for reading, BY
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