|Started My HIV Meds again after 2 years
Nov 4, 2011
Having Trouble Sleeping, Constant Stomach Pain, Feeling Naucious, Can't Eat, Headaches. They also got me on Non HIV Meds. Like for ulcers but I thin these meds are making them worse and my heart burn. I know if I tell them this stuff they will ask if I been taking them and I'm going to tell them I did for the first month but it made me so sick and in pain and not eating and sleeping really kills me. People can even notice I've lost weight. What can they do to help me?
Response from Dr. Henry
Your HIV regimen can cause lots of stomach complaints during first months of use that can overlap or aggravate other stomach problems (such as h pylori infection, gastric reflux, lactose or gluten intolerance, many other infections) so it is not possible to sort out what should be done without a full history, clinical examination, and often further blood and stool tests. What options you have HIV treatment wise depends on past treatment history, drug resistance, and which drugs are available where you are located. If you are having a very hard time with protease inhibitors then use of an alternative regimen is complicated by concern about drug resistance so careful review of your entire treatment history is needed. KH
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