|Difference time zone when traveling
Nov 7, 2012
Dear Dr Young,
Does it mean that I will start my medication based on UK time :- UK 11am Morning for combivir UK 11pm night for combivir + Stocin
I am confused with your replied below what you had stated:- Response from Dr. Young Hi and thanks for posting.
Since efavirenz (Stocrin, Sustiva) should be taken at bed time it's perfectly ok to simply change your dosing to the UK evening- just as you've proposed.
Safe travels, BY
| Response from Dr. Young
Hi- Yes, you're correct.
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