Should I Take Tenofovir
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Rocky Mountain CARESTenofovir is the most recently approved medications for the treatment of HIV. The drug is marketed under the name "Viread" by the company Gilead. Tenofovir is a nucleotide reverse transcriptase inhibitor and is chemically related, though... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHi and thanks for posting.There is a prodrug congener of tenofovir, called GS-7340 in development. As a prodrug, it has the same active molecule as tenofovir DF and shares the same resistance profile. GS-7340 is in phase 3 clinical studies.Other... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHello and thanks for posting.The two medications are equivalent. The numbers reflect different ways of counting up the milligrams in the pill, so 300 mg in the US/Europe is the same as 245 mg elsewhere.Yes, Truvada is approved in the US for PrEP.Be... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyI'm just starting treatment and my doctor who does things differently recommended tenofovir...I know it's a new drug. Has anyone any experience with it?
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Posted by EmeandEme, 1 ReplyI have been taking tenofovir for over 6 months for Hep B. 3 months ago I had unprotected sex because the condom broke and need to figure out what test I need to take to check for HIV.
I have gotten tested every single month and everything has come... Read more »
Posted by bartlebynew treatment option. here's what you need to know.
Complera (rilpivirine/tenofovir/FTC) is like Atripla (efavirenz/tenofovir/FTC) except it replaces the Sustiva (efavirenz, Stocrin) arm with Edurant (rilpivirine). it has to be taken with a meal.... Read more »
Posted by garret99Hello everyone. I would like to know if there is anyone out there that is using stochrine,epivir and tenofovir.....my doc removed one of my meds and replaced it with the epivir. After 3 months my cd4 count went from 155 to 260 and my viral load was... Read more »
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