The First Treatment For Hiv In 1980
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University of Minnesota, School of MedicineThat depends on local availability of meds in your region as well as cost. Most often efavirenz or nevirapine with either AZT/3TC or , if available, tenofovir/FTC. If any reader has updated specific info for Uganda please post. KH... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHello and thanks for posting.The best answer is that there isn't any single regimen that's best for all people. We choose medications based on viral resistance patterns, your current health status (and risks for complications) as well as... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineFat loss problems and liver toxciity are minimal when starting modern regimens with either efavirenz or a boosted PI and a NRTI backbone (usually tenofovor + FTC or abacavir + lamivudine if HLA B5701 negative) that does not contain either AZT or D4T... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineThere is no one best HIV regimen that can be universally recommended. Both options you mention are reasonable. Nevirapine is used twice daily in most instances though some clinicians and modest data support once daily use. Kivexa contains abacavir... Read more »
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Posted by nwkmateo, 1 ReplyCan anybody tell me what medication combinations are commonly prescribed as a first line therapy that DO NOT include a truvada component.
My doctor dosent want me to take meds with truvada because she believes it is the culprit of my severe vomiting.... Read more »
Posted by Bear60Chinas First Infectious DiseaseClinic for m to m clients!!!!!!!
The Disease Prevention and Control Center of Beijing's Chaoyang district
and the Chaoyang Chinese AIDS Volunteer Group, a nongovernmental AIDS
prevention organization, on Thursday in... Read more »
Posted by Blixer, 5 RepliesThanks to everyone for your support here. It has been a blessing this first week. I just got back from my first visit with the HIV specialist. Basically it was... let's draw blood, check you over, send you on your way, and see you again in six... Read more »
Posted by bluewindow, 3 Replieshello all. i got my first lab results yesterday and i would like to share them with you.
I ve been infected sometime between Nov 2007 and July 2008. i believe i am hiv pos for at least 4 months. I did another blood test... Read more »
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