Atripla & Zyban
Aug 19, 2011
i have tried many ways to give up smoking, but not any medications available.
I am thinking of trying Zyban, but want to know if it will have and problem with my Atripla medication?
Response from Dr. Young
Hello and thanks for posting.
Awareness of potential drug-drug interactions is an important part of ensuring the optimal effectiveness of HIV medications. Likewise, reducing or quitting tobacco consumption will improve long-term health risks, especially among those living with HIV.
I encourage our readers to know about online resources to help identify their potential drug interactions. One industry standard is HIV-drug interactions another free resource are the suite of applications (online, smart phone) from
Epocrates. I use both with regularity.
Now to your question. There are no significant drug-drug interactions between the medications in Atripla or Zyban.
Good luck with the smoking cessation.
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