Kaletra Dosing Change With Viramune
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Harvard Medical SchoolThere is no dose change of abacavir with Kaletra that I am aware of.In general, Kaletra, a combo PI that contains a small amount of ritonavir, will inhibit the activity of an enzyme that metabolizes many of the other PIs. This means that if... Read more »
Cornell University, Weill Medical CollegeFirst, if you're having "itching and some rash" on the 200mg dose of nevirapine you should not increase the dose until you have been evaluated by your doctor as that places you at higher risk for severe rash once you go to the 400mg... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineThere may be less risk for lipodystrophy going from indinavir to nevirapine. The risk may be reduced further if the AZT + 3TC were also switched to either tenofovir + FTC (Truvada) or abacavir + 3TC (Epzicom) which drops the thymidine analogue... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesHello.
I am looking at changing from Sustiva to Kaletra (My Nuke backbone is Truvada), however I have concerns about the side effect profile of Kaletra.
I hear that the newer formulation of Kaletra has less side effects that the old one - has anyone... Read more »
Posted by Lovinlife, 1 ReplyI recently started taking Kaletra. Has anybody experienced body changes on Kaletra? My doctor didn't mention anything about it but after looking on line, I see a lot of people saying that Kaletra causes lipodystrophy. Anybody have experience with... Read more »
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 AnonymousCan anyone share their personal experiences with viramune. I'm getting ready to dose escalate and am apprehensive on what to expect.
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