Jan 5, 2006
I have been taking Viramune/Truvada for almost a year now. I have good total Cholestrol, Low HDL and high Triglecrides. It the high Triglecrides coming from the Truvada? What are some things I can do as far as myself to help drop the Triglecrides and up my HDL? Thanks
Response from Dr. Henry
Your current regimen may be about as good as it gets as far as impact on lipid levels. Many patients with HIV alone have low HDL and elevated triglycerides which may not be remedied by effective HIV treatment. Exercise, diet, judicious alcohol, and some other drugs (fish oil, niacin, fibrates, statins) can help individual patients. KH
lipdystrophy and abdominal girth
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