|Natural performance enhancers combined with ARVs?
May 10, 2009
Hi there I've been prescribed Truvada and Stocrin as a regime which I am beginning shortly.(diagnosed Feb 2009, Cd4 298, VL 3000) My partner and I have safe sex and I have for the past year (before diagnosis) had to use an enhancer to maintain an erection. I am in South Africa and I use an enhancer called Maximor. I'd like to know if I can continue to use this product?
Sorry for the long list coming, but the ingredients are as follows:
Epimedium brevicornum 120mg Panax ginseng 70mg Panax quinquefolius 70mg Dioscorea villosa 40mg Lycium chinense 40mg Cistanche deserticola 30mg Fructus rubi 30mg Xylitol 30mg Euryale ferox 20mg Schisandra chinensis 20mg Poria cocos 15mg Nephelium longana 15mg Piper nigrum 5mg
Ultimately my question is - can I safely take this combination with my ARV regime?
Thanks for the great support on this forum - it is soooo much appreciated!!!
| Response from Dr. Henry
I am not aware of any data properly addressing your question (hasn't been studied well). If you were being seen in our clinic we would perhaps monitor you more closely for a while getting efavirenz levels if there were an rebound in viral levels. KH
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