How Do You Treat Lactic Acidosis
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Stanford University, School of MedicineLactic acidosis can be caused by a variety of medical conditions including infections, cancers, medications, just to name a few. If it is related to HIV medications and a person has symptoms, usually this will go away when you stop the meds.... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello Marco,I'm curious: Of all the much more common potential problems that could arise from having a "very low" CD4 count and the array of potential drug side effects and toxicities associated with Stocrin and Truvada, why is your... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESLactic acidosis is the disease caused by a abnormally high lactic acid level in the blood. It is important to distinguish between small elevations in lactic acid levels (called hyperlactatemia; may be caused by HIV itself, and probably not... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHas anyone else out there had lactic acidosis? Would like to hear, share experiences.
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