Apr 20, 2008
Hi Dr. Young:
When I vacation sometimes my time zones change. How should I take my Atripla while I am away from my home. Normally, each and every night my cell phone alarms to remind me I take it and forget about it. Should I adjust the time if it is 3 hrs. either way?
| Response from Dr. Young
Thanks for your post.
If you've been otherwise doing well and have an undetectable viral load, I don't think that an occasional 3 hour time shift will have any consequence.
Be well, BY
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