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Accidentally took wrong combination
Jun 28, 2006

At some point, im not sure, I took the wrong combination of pills. I accidentally took two sustivas instead of sustiva/truvada combination. Will this cause a negative effect? Im not exactly sure when I did it, but I did my normal inventory count and noticed that i have two more truvadas than sustivas, leading me to think that i may have taken two of those instead. Should i be worried?

Response from Dr. Henry

One episode such as you describe should not be a problem for most patients. KH



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