Side Effects Of Truvada And Reyataz And Norvir
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University of Minnesota, School of MedicineDepending on your resistance /treatment history/profile regimens that are often considered in situations such as yours include Truvada + raltegravir and/or a boosted protease inhibitor (such as ritonavir + darunavir or atazanavir). Nausea is... Read more »
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A Slice of Atazanavir, but Hold the Ritonavir: Switch to Unboosted Dose Still Effective After 120 Weeks, With Good Lipid FindingsSwitching from a regimen containing Reyataz (atazanavir) boosted with Norvir (ritonavir) to a regimen that cuts out the Norvir doesn't hurt the regimen's effectiveness and doesn't compromise its safety, according to 120-week results from a study... Read more »
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Posted by light001, 3 Replieshello
Just went to a new DR said to go with this combo and i am wondering did it help anyone. i used to take Combivir and Crixivan and he said those are old meds no one takes them anymore there is so much better out there now...is he correct are... Read more »
Posted by cm82391, 4 RepliesI'm taking a combination of the the three and i'm breaking out HORRIBLY!!!
Is anyone else on these meds and having this issues? Or one of the three above?
Or do I just have really bad skin? Read more »
Posted by markman, 3 RepliesI have poz for about 4 years but have never been on meds. My cd4 has been in the 400s and last time was over 500. I feel pretty good. But my doctor has gone ahead and prescribed me the meds. I had two choices: 1. Atripla or 2.... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesI'm starting in a study, and I just got my meds today. I'll be on Reyataz boosted with Norvir, and either Epzicom or Truvada (I won't know which).
Does anyone know if there are any advantages to taking these meds in the morning as opposed to the... Read more »
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