|Meds & Lipodystrophy
Apr 30, 2008
| Response from Dr. Wohl
This is a complicated question. In general, we know that tenofovir+3TC+Kaletra seems to not be associated with fat loss of the limbs and I suspect the same is true for Lexiva. Fat gain, such as in the abdomen, is common and seen with all potent HIV meds although abnormal belly fat increases are not typical.
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