Truvada and Kaletra
Sep 4, 2012
Hello Doc, I have a question, Im taking Truvada and Kaletra for 28 days, since Aug 24, around 1pm I couldnt remember if I took the med at 10am or not, so I took at 1pm, what would be the problem if a doubled doseD?. pls let me know im worried. Another thing, Ive noticed since i started taking these med, ive been sleeping a lot, vivid dreams, headaches, nausea, and tiredness, is that normal?
Response from Dr. Young
Hello and thanks for posting.
Other than a possible risk of increased side effects, there's no real issue with taking a single double dose of your medications.
If you're having difficulty remembering if you'd taken your pills, a pill box can really help.
As for your side effects, nausea and mild fatigue aren't that unusual in people taking Kaletra (though much less common for Truvada). Since it's been a whole month already, I'd discuss your symptoms with your doctor- just to make sure that there's nothing else causing the problems.
Be well, BY
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