|Truvada+Isentress: Taking Truvada too soon after one dose.
Feb 25, 2012
I am currently on Truvada+Isentress. I make it my habit to take 1 Isentress @ 7AM, and then 1 Isentress + 1 Truvada @ 7PM. Yesterday evening at around 7PM, I took my typical Truvada/Isentress combo. However, the following morning at 7AM I make the mistake of taking Truvada with my morning dose of Isentress. My question is; How will taking Truvada too soon after one dose (In my case, ~12hrs after) affect my body, if it will at all? Will I have to change my regimen to Truvada/Isentress in the morning and Isentress in the evening now that this has occurred?
| Response from Dr. Young
Hi and thanks for posting.
Not to worry.
I'd skip the next evening dose of your Truvada (othewise you'd have 3 doses in a 24 hour period), and just resume the evening dose the next day as you previously had been doing.
This could be a good case for setting up a weekly pill box- it would help you not have this type of confusion over the dosing of multiple pills.
Hope that helps, BY
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