|Taking other meds at night
Jul 6, 2007
I just started taking Atripla for about 2 weeks at night, no problems or side effects. In the morning I take coozar, pravastatin and tricor to deal with triglycerides and cholesterol. I was thinking about taking these pills in the evening but there is so much confilcting information as wheter to take meds in the morning or not. Any thights. I assume that as long as you take them once a day it really won't matter if it's day or night. What are your thoughts?
Response from Dr. Daar
Thank you for your post.
I assume you are asking whether it is okay to take the Atripla in the morning. The main reason to take it at night is for tolerance. Some people experience dizziness or confusion after taking efavirenz (sustiva) which is part of Atripla. Therefore, it is generally recommended that people take this drug at night so these symptoms do not interfere with their day. If you want to try it in the morning, and tolerate it well then there should be no problem taking it that way. Just be careful when you do this so you can make sure that you are okay after taking the medications in the morning before you start your usual daily tasks.
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