May 9, 2004
In a message dated 5/7/2004 10:40:25 AM Central Daylight Time, firstname.lastname@example.org writes: http://www.thebody.com/Forums/AIDS/SideEffects/Archive/Ear/Q156667.html I 'M TAKING, CRIXIVAN, EPIVIR ,RETROVIR VIRAL LOAD IS UNDECTECABLE FOR 6YRS,LAST CHECK UP CD4 WAS 562, I'M A SMOKER AND IN GOOD HEALTH. HAVE BEEN ON THESE DRUGS FOR 6YRS, THIS PROBLEM STARTED ABOUT A YEAR AND A HALF NOW. I CAN HAVE NO PROBLEM FOR A WHILE AND THEN ALL OF A SUDDEN IT FLARS UP AGAIN.
| Response from Dr. Henry
Some of your question was cut off for some reason. Crixivan is associated with numerous skin problems (particulary very dry skin and nail deformities). The Retrovir and Epivir can also cause some problem though usually not on an off and on again pattern. I would recomment seeing an HIV experienced dermatologist (who I often fine very helpful) as well as discussing with your HIV specialist. KH
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