How Long Does D4T Take To Work
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Cornell University, Weill Medical CollegeWhile a Viagra/Sustiva interaction is not specifically listed in either package insert, Sustiva induces the enzymes (CYP3A4 and 2C9) that metabolize Viagra, and therefore, it is likely that concomitant use of Sustiva and Viagra may reduce, to some... Read more »
Harvard Medical SchoolHey Jim. Here are the current issues -- there are 5 PI's now to choose from as single drugs, and then lots more choices when using them together. None of them have any neuropathy as a side effect, so any of them are reasonable choices for... Read more »
Cornell University, Weill Medical CollegeThe literature does not indicate that there is any association of d4T with hair loss. Sustiva has been associated with alopecia (hair loss) in some patients, but that is very uncommon. We use these medications frequently and have not run into a... Read more »
University of California San DiegoWell - you have raised a lot of good questions and I will try to answer then in order:1. d4T and AZT do select for some of the same resistance mutations. They are not completely overlapping, but there are several common mutations that could be... Read more »
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