|on meds get double vision
Jan 29, 2007
Response from Dr. Daar
Stocrin, also known as efavirenz or sustiva is likely causing these problems. The symptoms generally get better with time and often completely go away. If the symptoms are intolerable or not getting better you should talk to your provider about other options. For what it is worth, these side effects are unique to stocrin so if you switched I would expect them to completely go away and not return on alternative therapies. Best, Eric
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