Risks Of Kivexa
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North Shore University HospitalThanks for your question which hits at an issue that is very controversial at this time.You have to weigh the risks and benefits of each medication:For truvada: if your kidney function is back to normal then it is true that the risk to switch back... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHello and thanks for posting.Yes, in cases of worsening kidney function a switch from Truvada to Kivexa would be very reasonable. Here in the US (and in many other parts of the world), a genetic test called HLA B5701 is recommended prior to the... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESSaludos and thanks for posting from Argentina!Kivexa (Epzicom) and Truvada are similar in many ways- both are combination pills of NRTI inhibitors, both are recommended in treatment guidelines as parts of 3 or 4 drug regimens. There are some... Read more »
University of North Carolina - Chapel HillWhether to participate in a clinical trial requires much thought. In some cases, the study offers a potential benefit to the participant such as free drug or access to a new therapy. In others, there is no direct benefit to the participant but... Read more »
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Posted by MondoIs there anyone here at the forum taking the following cocktail?
I'm taking Reyataz[atazanavir], Norvir [ritonavir] and Kivexa [abacavir/3TC, Epzicom]. I would be interested to know how you are going with it and any problems or side effects that you... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyWhat does Low Risk/High Risk mean? I mean, how many low risk people turn positive? Obviously, high risk people have a better chance of testing positive, but does low risk mean that the risk is virtually none? Thanx.
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Posted by optiplex, 2 RepliesWindow period should be same for all cases whether its high risk or low risk. There are cases where people got infected through low risk and came out clean even after high risk exposure.
virus cycle is going to be remain same in someone got infected... Read more »
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