Apr 11, 2012
Good morning, after a high risk exposure for HIV, due to a sexual assault, doctors recommended me a pep, truvada+kaletra. Today it's my third day of prophylax. I read that azt is more efficient, is it true? Should I ask doctor for a change of medicines or it's already too late? Thanks for your answer
Response from Dr. Young
Hi and thanks for posting.
I don't think that there's any need to change medications.
Be well, BY
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