Risks Of Raltegravir
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University of Minnesota, School of MedicineIf you are having ongoing central nervous system side effects from efavirenz and have an undetectable HIV level with no history of drug resistance --then switching the efavirenz to raltegravir is usually a good option. Risk for additive muscle,... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHello G. and thanks for your post.I appreciate your interest in participating in clinical trials- we all are indebted to the many thousands or participants before you.As for the study that you're interested in- know that with all studies,... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHi and thanks for posting.I'd recommend taking both the Truvada and Isentress (raltegravir) until you run out of the Iater. It's far better to interrupt all HIV medications simultaneously for a few days and then resume them together.With... Read more »
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Posted by peterorgersI don't have hiv, however I do have genital herpes. Those with just genital herpes do not have access to any drugs currently that are strong enough to completely repress the disease. Many in the genital herpes community are getting exciting that... Read more »
Posted by sweetvanilla27, 1 ReplyI am wanting to hear from anyone who have experienced taking Raltegravir, Truvada & Atazanavir and how you have got on with the meds?
I first started taking meds in May this year I was put on Truvda and Sustiva first, and was taken off them due... Read more »
Posted by themushroom, 2 RepliesI am currently infected with a virus in the HIV family It is called Xenotropic murine leukemia virus related virus (XMRV) and is responsible for my HIV like illness and symptoms (chronic oral thrush shingles ect) It is a retro virus that... 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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