How Long Does Nevirapine Take To Work
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University of North Carolina - Chapel HillDear STL,Your post raises several important issues.First, the safety of your current regimen of Stocrin (Sustiva) + Truvada during pregnancy. Stocrin is not considered safe for pregnant women. Pregnant monkeys exposed to this drug have delivered... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESThank you for your question. Sorry for the delay in response.The choice of first regimen is tricky, since there are many parameters that I use to pick the right one for any one person.Overall, I think that the ability to have a simple, easy to... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineIf the nevirapine reaction has mild without any liver reaction I have occasinally re-challenged the patient (though I usually don't stop nevirapine for mild rash in the first place but follow carefully). Many docs would go to a PI and then... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESThanks for your question.It's heartening to know that readers in Asia might benefit from our work here at TheBody.Now, on to your question. The regimen that you'll be taking should be very well tolerated, and with the availibility of the... Read more »
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