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Can I have milk with my current medication?
Jul 29, 2010

Hello. I'm currently on Post exposure prophylaxis (Combivir + Kaletra). I usually take the antiretrovirals after breakfast and dinner since it seems to slightly decrease the side effects. I was wondering, can I take the antiretrovirals with milk or chocolate milk? (that's my favorite drink) or can I have milk before taking them? Thank you so much for your time, thanks in advance.

Eric.

Response from Mr. Vergel

Eric

Yes, you can. Just make sure that you do not have lactose intolerance which could cause diarrhea.

Nelson



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