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The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundationindeed you are HIV positive and have been started on an antiretroviral medication regimen, I would assume it contains more than Combivir, as this two-drug combination on its own would not be considered an effective or recommended treatment. Why are... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESout, this is not the result of the use of marijuana or other recreational drugs, but a cross reaction in the test for THC. Combivir (or it's components, zidovudine (AZT) or lamivudine (3TC)) is not associated with this test result.As for... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineIf you have never failed your first regimen (or any regimen) but had toxicity (the neuropathyh) then switch the ddI/D4T to Combivir while keeping the Sustiva may be a very good option. The choice of a PI is a complicated issue again depending... Read more »
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Posted by scaredofhiv, 1 ReplyHi,
I was prescribed Combivir for a PEP regimen as a precaution following a possible exposure. From what I can gather on the web, Combivir is typically prescribed in tandem with another drug. Was the doctor unwise to prescribe the Combivir only?... Read more »
Posted by jimmyinvegas, 3 RepliesIs this a typical start?
Then after 2-3 months he said he would put me on something else. Been positive for about 4 years (never on meds, they are on their way in mail), My current numbers are 528/140,280. Was up at about 690,... Read more »
Posted by dj1979I have "extra" Combivir - due to a pharmacy error - PM me if you want more details. Read more »
Posted by placation, 4 RepliesHey guys (and gals). I am sure this has been addressed in some other post through some other thread in the past, but it would take forever to try to find those messages. So, here's my question and my issues...
My doc subscribed Sustiva + Combivir +... Read more »
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