|peripheral neuropathy because of taking Triomune 40
Jul 21, 2006
How true is it that Triomune 40 causes peripheral neuropathy and blindness? what other dangers are there in taking this antiretroviral as there are no pain management drugs in Africa?
Response from Dr. Henry
Triomune-40 (D4T + 3TC + nevirapine) can cause peripheral neuropathy (generally due to the D4T component) in a small but significant minority of patietns. Blindness due to the medications would be very rare. Switching the D4T to AZT or tenofovir would be a consideration if either of those drugs was available to you. Standard pain medications such as aspirin, ibuprofen, acetominophen can provide some pain relief as can narcotics. KH
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