May 28, 2004
| Response from Dr. Henry
Ritonavir often can cause unusual oral sensations as you describe. HIV related infections such as oral thrush/esophagitis can also cause symptoms like you describe. Nausea is common with those meds (often worse early-can be helped with meds such as Reglan or Marinol, taking meds with food, and other interventions your HIV specialist could offer). KH
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