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Atripla
Jul 13, 2007

I am on Atripla. I am having an insurance issue and will run out of Atripla in 2 days. I was on Sustiva and Truvada and have 1/2 a bottle of each left over. Can I go on them until I fix the insurabce issue. My Dr said Atripla was Sustiva and Truvada in one pill. Thank you

Response from Dr. Young

Thanks for your post.

Yes, since Atripa = Sustiva + Truvada, there's no reason why you couldn't take the two until your insurance issue will allow the resumption of Atripla.

Hope this helps, BY



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