Feb 28, 2006
Response from Dr. Henry
Side effects include some increased gas, bloating, generall mild diarrhea, mild nausea, and yellow jaundice. For most patients the side effects are worse in the first several weeks then improve. The rate of side effects compares favorably to other drug combinations except for the yellow jaundice (> 10%) which is more common with atazanavir-based regimens. KH
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