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Oct 27, 2013

I've been taking atripla for almost 3 years now but suddenly I started getting nausea every single morning and I don't know what I should do it's never been like this before I can't eat anything or else I'll vomit everything should I talk to my doctor about switching my meds I'm undetectable btw

Response from Dr. Young

Hello and thanks for posting.

Since you've been tolerating your medications for 3 years, I think it would be very highly unlikely that you've now suddenly developed a side effect from the Atripla. More likely, there's another cause. No matter what, if you're not able to keep any food down, you should contact your care provider or urgent care center.

Hope you get well soon, BY

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