Should I Take Etravirine
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University of North Carolina - Chapel HillEtravirine, also known affectionately as TMC125, is a non-nucleoside that is in the last stages of development and is expected to be available in the US within months.Some facts:-Etravirine can be taken with nucleosides.-Some virus that is resistant... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineEtravirine can be effective after failing efavirenz based therapy depending on the resistance picture. Use of etravirine may be one reasonable option as would a switch to a boosted protease inhibitor based regimen depending on your entire treatment... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHello Tom and thanks for posting.Both medications are processed by the liver, though one generally doesn't distinguish between different parts or cells in the liver with regard to drug metabolism. That said, drug reactions from one medication... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHello and thanks for posting.Yes, it is important to be mindful of the best dietary practices when taking HIV medications. In your case, it matters less about exactly when you take the medications with respect to meals; rather, I'd suggest... Read more »
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Posted by Edy, 1 ReplyEl problema es que me hicieron un genotipo y segun el resultado sali resistente a:
Mi doctora me pinto un panarama muy pesimista y medijo que solo tengo una opcion de esquema:... Read more »
Posted by motherinlaw, 3 RepliesI want to thank everyone for their support and help. I posted this in response to my own previous posting and felt it might have gotten lost in the shuffle and so am reposting.
I have just spoken to my son again. He was finally able to convince his... Read more »
Posted by motherinlaw, 9 RepliesI will try not to make this too long...my son called yesterday and told me his wife was not doing well. My HIV negative son and three HIV negative grandchildren may soon lose their HIV positive wife and mother.
My son and daughter-in-law seem not to... Read more »
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