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Rocky Mountain CARESHello Tom and thanks for posting.Both medications are processed by the liver, though one generally doesn't distinguish between different parts or cells in the liver with regard to drug metabolism. That said, drug reactions from one medication... Read more »
University of British Columbiasuppression and the virus will get resistant to one or both of the medications, most likely the lamivudine. In that setting, adding nevirapine is not a good idea, as this would not constitute true triple therapy, but would be adding a single drug... Read more »
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Posted by AnonymousReuters 1/4/01
Atlanta -- Health-care workers who take nevirapine after possible occupational exposure to the AIDS virus risk potentially life-threatening side effects from the anti-AIDS drug, federal health officials said on Thursday.
The Centers for... Read more »
Posted by taurusthecat, 2 RepliesI recently started ARV therapy and one of the pills I take (2 per day) are Nevirapine (Viramune). Now I'm well-acquainted with swallowing pills, I take a whole handful each day in the form of supplements and don't usually have an issue with gagging... Read more »
Posted by Edy, 1 ReplyEl problema es que me hicieron un genotipo y segun el resultado sali resistente a:
Mi doctora me pinto un panarama muy pesimista y medijo que solo tengo una opcion de esquema:... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesMy friend has taken Stavudine, Lamivudine and Nevirapine for a month. At the end of the month her Doctor found in a Blood test increased SGPT (550 U/L), SGOT (310 U/L) and Alkaline Phosphatase (1080 U/L).
In two days after a repeated test the... Read more »
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