Sep 30, 2008
I am starting treatment with Truvada and Nevirapine. Is there a general consenus whether taking them in the morning as oppose to night is better with fewer side effects? I tend not to eat breakfast and have a healthy dinner. Directions state take with a full glass of water, but would it be better to have food. As with anyone, I am looking for the best path with the least side effect with these meds in order to avoid missing work and life in general. Thank you in advance.
| Response from Dr. McGowan
There is no specific food restriction with your medications. Some people feel better taking meds with food. It is a personal decision, whatever fits best with your schedule. You want to link your medication with some routine activity to help with adherence. What's most important is that once you select a time, you should be consistent.
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