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Feb 10, 2009
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Response from Dr. Henry
There is no mention of what labs are abnormal on your current regimen of ritonavir/saquinavir/Truvada. The major labs that might become abnormal on that regimen are related to lipids (the protease inhibitors) and occasionally kidney tests (the tenofovir in Truvada). That regimen is usually fairly liver and glucose friendly. If your lipids have increased then a discussion with your HIV doc is warranted about whether a switch is a possbility versus diet/exercise or other treatment. KH
Truvada + Viramune + grapefruit?
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