|Very loose stool/diarreah
Aug 26, 2011
I have been on Atripla for over 2 years.Experienced the side effects(dizziness;vivid dreams;light headed;diarreah).I've never missed a dose.Between 20th/21st Aug I ate some delicacies..since then I've developed a serious bout of diarreah.Early on morning stool ok,but by 10am onward,I have very watery of a yellowish or off green color stool,which can happen less than an hr apart during the entire day.It's strange,since I was having"solid/firm" stool for a very long time>I don't wake dring the night when I take the atripla.Any suggestion..have booked flight to travel to NY next month,and I'm quite worried.My last visit 8/8 cd was 640..% 21,but my cholesterol has elevated.Unable to attend gymn..thanking you in advance. greg..
| Response from Dr. Henry
I would be concerned about parasite or other gut infection. Recommend full clinical assessment possibly including stool cultures/examination and evaluation for gallbladder, liver, and pancreatic function. Atripla usually remains effective in the setting of gut problems but monitoring warranted. KH
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