Depakote Level For Bipolar Disorder Affecting Sustiva/Truvada Levels For HIV
Nov 22, 2005
I have been on Depakote and Seroquel for several years now for the treatment of Bipolar Disorder. Recently I began to run out of Depakote and knew I would not have the money for it for several days so instead of taking my usual 1000mg i took 500mg. I consistantly took my regularly scheduled dosages of Sustiva and Truvada and Seroquel. By the time I went to take the full dose depakote again with the seroquel, sustiva and truvada, i only got 3 hours of sleep and had to contact my Dr. to put me on clinozopam till I restabalized. Will my depakote levels falling subtheraputic make my sustiva/truvada levels do the same and cause resistance?
Response from Dr. Horwath
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