Jun 11, 2008
Response from Dr. Henry
Effective HIV therapy (no matter which regimen) often results in weight gain over the first year (mostly fat) typically in the range of 5-10 pounds. Your current HIV regimen would be viewed as fairly fat friendly or neutral compared to many other regimens so would be unlikely to be directly responsible for a 40 pound weight gain. KH
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