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How To Prevent Hepatotoxicity When You Have Hiv

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REYATAZ, WHAT ARE ITS "WORSENING" / HEPATOTOXIC EFFECTS ?

dear dr. d good day and good health !can you state with specificity what effect(s) short-/longtermadministration of reyataz (atazanavir) can have on active untreated hbvin a coinfected patient ?the reyataz patient info leaflet states :reyataz can...
Douglas T. Dieterich, M.D.

Response from Douglas T. Dieterich, M.D.

New York University, School of Medicine
...You should certainly be treating your HBV along with your HIV. It is very convenient now with 3TC, FTC, and tenofovir which are all active against HBV. Reyataz can cause increased bilirubin Read more »

REYATAZ, WHAT ARE ITS "WORSENING" / HEPATOTOXIC EFFECTS ?

dear dr. d good day and good health ! can you state with specificity what effect(s) short-/longterm... Read more »

Stocrin and Babies (Safety and Toxicity of Anti-HIV Medications During Pregnancy, 2009)

Hi,Thanks for all the advise so far.I am 34yr female and positive for the last 11yrs, am considerng... Read more »
Articles
Pfizer, Inc.

Case Study of a Patient With Serious Hepatotoxicity in Maraviroc 2b/3 Trial Reported at Targeting HIV Entry -- 1st International Workshop

...Bethesda, MD -- Howard Mayer, M.D. of Pfizer Global Research and Development presented today on a case of one patient with serious hepatotoxicity in the treatment nave trial of the maraviroc phase 2b/3 program. Speaking at the "Targeting HIV... Read more »
AIDSinfo

Hepatotoxicity

...the FDA are Agenerase, Aptivus, Crixivan, Fortovase, Invirase, Kaletra, Lexiva, Norvir, Reyataz, and Viracept. What is hepatotoxicity? Hepatotoxicity is a general term for liver damage. Medications, including those used to treat HIV... Read more »
Test Positive Aware Network

Viramune

...until liver function returns to normal. Permanently discontinue it if abnormalities return. Rarely, severe and life-threatening hepatotoxicity (liver damage), including three fatal cases, have occurred. Women with CD4 counts greater than 250... Read more »
Test Positive Aware Network

The Feminization of an Epidemic

...affect women living with HIV infection. To date, the medical community has focused a large amount of its research efforts on HIV/AIDS in men. 1 , 2 However, both clinical experience and the observational data that we do have suggest that,... Read more »
Connect With Others

HIV Prevention among Hispanics in Pierson, Florida

Posted by HIV_Prevention1
...near by that would volunteer to come and talk to my students. I run the Youth Empowerment Progran in this area, which is an HIV/AIDS prevention program where I talk to teens about sex and HIV and how to prevent it and how to have better... Read more »

Should i Start medication???

Posted by coconyc, 3 Replies
Hi im Coco from nyc I though the benefit or getting tested its to find out the virus in a early time so u can get a good treatment that prolong ur life in a better condition, i got my first results a month ago and i got CD4:276 and VL: 3616, so my... Read more »

HIV Education and Prevention

Posted by GeorgeMaris
...Education and prevention are the best ways to fight against HIV/AIDS. The stigma and prejudices that are associated with living with HIV need to be broken down. http://hiveducation.spruz.com/ Read more »

U.S. Issues Warning on Use of Anti-AIDS Drug

Posted by Anonymous
...was strengthening product package warnings because of continued reports of "severe, life-threatening and in some cases, fatal hepatotoxicity.'' Beltrami said the adverse reactions reported among health- care workers "do not, in any way, apply to... Read more »