truva?atripa side effects
Feb 3, 2011
i have been using truvada/stocrin for the past year n a half,and have not had any noticable side effects. switching to Atripla,would dis b a gud idea in a sense of price and having to carry many tablets?
Response from Dr. Young
Hello and thanks for your post.
A switch to Atripla could reduce your pill number by one and might simplify your medication taking. Since the medications in Atripla are the same as those in Truvada + Stocrin (Sustiva), there's no particular reason why you should experience any new side effects.
Be well, BY
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