Why so tired??
Mar 14, 2007
Response from Dr. Henry
Excellent question on why some patients experience fatigue. That is often a challenging symptom that can be seen in a wide variety of settings and is also common in the general population. Hormone deficiencies, physical deconditioning, chronic annoying side effects, depression and other factors can contribute to fatigue. Constant hunger is also frequent in the general population so it can be tough to attribute that condition to a particular set of HIV drugs. Fatigue and hunger have not been commonly reported /linked in patients taking your particular regimen but you could be having a idiosynratic reaction that can be very tough to sort out. If no other explanation is found then switching meds around in the setting of good HIV control and no resistance is sometimes considered to see if any particular med is contributing. KH
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