Managing Drug Side Effects. ACRIA (AIDS Community Research Initiative of America) booklet (also in Spanish). Describes common side effects and possible therapies. Includes a section about the digestive system. Contact ACRIA at 1-212-924-3934 for a hard copy, or write them at 230 W 38th Street, 17th Floor, New York NY 10018.
National Digestive Diseases Information Clearinghouse (NDDIC). Extensive information about various diseases of the digestive system (some material available in Spanish).
Drug Digest. Interactive database allows you to search for interactions between drugs for all conditions and diseases, herbals, food, and alcohol.
Drug Interactions: HIV Medications, Street Drugs and Methadone. ACRIA Update, Spring 2005 (see above). Comprehensive discussion of interactions between HIV-related medications, street drugs, and methadone.
HIV InSite. Interactive database allows you to search for interactions by antiretrovirals, other drugs, or types of drugs. Includes references and much more.
Project Inform. Anti-HIV Drug Interactions: Lists interactions by antiretroviral and other drugs commonly used in HIV.
Toronto General Hospital, University Health Network. This Web site includes tables in PDF format that describe detailed information about interactions between antiretrovirals, other HIV-related drugs, psychotropics, methadone, sedatives, recreational drugs, and other medications. References included.
University of Liverpool. Includes interactive database that allows you to determine antiretroviral drug interactions and PDF charts of interactions between antiretrovirals and other drugs.
Working with Healthcare Providers. ACRIA Update (see above), Winter 2004/05: Issue focuses on the relationships between individuals and their healthcare providers. Includes personal stories.