Double Dose Kaletra Hiv
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University of Chicago HospitalsNo. If you miss a dose and 12 hours haveelapsed, you should just resume taking the normal dosage.If you missed a dose and discovered the error6 hours after it was due, I would advise you to take the next dose at that moment, and thengradually... Read more »
AIDS Research and Treatment Center of the Treasure CoastAlthough double-boosted PIs have a niche role in HIV management, the treatment of multi-drug resistant virus is moving towards some of the newer agents like tipranavir, darunavir (TMC-114), TMC-125, and the integrase inhibitors. The best approach... Read more »
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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 »
Posted by riverprincess, 1 ReplyNow I have learned to live with a deal with being hiv for over 20 years , No problem. But now to deal ith this peri-menopause is for the birds of a differnt feather. I am a bit confused due to lack of having anyone to compare notes with. The... Read more »
Posted by litebrite, 1 ReplyThe articles I've been looking at have been outdated or in a slightly different scenario from what I've experienced, but I'm still concerned.
Last week, I went in for a medical examination that required an HIV test. I had taken one 3 months prior and... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyThe following was in a string a little bit back. Are these numbers right?
"The science on this topic is simple. 98% show positive (if infected) by week 5-6. 99.5% positive by week 8, 99.9999999999999% by week 11-12. Using modern Elisa tests! "
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