2 months ago I was given tribuss but now the doctor has given me atroiza, is this OK?
I was taking Atenef pills but now I’m changing to Tribuss, are they the same tablets?
I used to be active at the gym before I started with my treatment, (I started beginning of September). Now, the longest time I can spend at the gym is an hour, and i feel i have not worked out enough. Another thing is waking up in the morning is such a mission, and I don’t have energy to face the day anymore, I try to be as healthy as possible, I don’t drink energy drinks nor do I take energy supplements….
Hi, Tribuss and Odimune are generic versions of the fixed dose combination pill Atripla. These drugs have different names because they are made by different manufacturers. Each version contains the same doses of three drugs. These are tenofovir, FTC and efavirenz. There are …
If your doctor prescribed HIV medication that looks like the pill in the picture and has M171 embossed, this is likely to be Tribuss. The picture is not very clear, but M171 is one one side and D100 is on the …
I’m taking viraday and now I need to take Difen B12, is this okay?
I’m starting to take Odimune what I can expect on my body?
On March this year I tested negative and in June I tested positive. My CD4 count is 446. Can I be infected in two months? How long does HIV take to show up. I’m now taking the med tribuss is that good in my health? It’s difficult for me to me to tell who I’m living with, what should I do? My husband tested but he tested negative and we have unsafe sex.
Can Trivenz cause early miscarriage? like in 7-8 weeks?
I am From India. My mother has recently been diagnosed with HIV. She has been prescribed Trustiva OD.
What is the precaution for living together? Is there any possibility with mosquito bite or living together like contacting any dresses / soaps/ tooth brushes. Is touching the tables with hands any problems.
What tests should my mother expect? What are the side effects with the medicines?
Hi, I have had enough of HIV. I am feeling suicidal and want to end it all.
I am just starting treatment and want to know how accurate I need to be with the timing of my meds. What if I am 30 minutes late?
Hi, i have been diagnosed with hiv positive recently and my viral load is 63,000 and cd4 is 336. My doctor prescribed viraday for me. Is it a good choice?
Atroiza is a combination pill than contains three HIV drugs. It is a generic version of Atripla. It is used to treat HIV. In some countries it is used to prevent HIV infection – but this is not recommended in the UK …
Can I expect any more serious reactions from my new meds?
I have had HIV for approx 15 years and just recently began treatment, my CD4 was still 650 and my VL 300, however I want to try for a baby with my HIV neg husband and so began treatment.
On day 9 of Atripla I experienced a severe rash, 24 hours later it was so bad that the doctors switched me immediately to Truvada, atazanavir and ritonavir. Im starting to heal from the rash but am worried about a delayed reaction to the new drugs. (I felt fine on Atripla for the first week…)
Am I likely to have an allergic reaction from these new drugs if I had one to the other type
Does this mean that I will be drug resistant to all of the other NNRTs since they switched efavirenz out? And does this mean that my medication options have been limited?
Hi. I was diagnosed in April 2016 with a VL of 6,300 and CD4 of 490.
I went on Atripla in early May 2016, when my VL was 23,000. My genotypic resistance test came back with low – to – intermediate resistance to NRTIs. My doctor shifted me to dolutegravir + darunavir + ritonavir starting end May 2016.
She said this is now the recommendation for NRTI-resistant patients in the UK. Is this correct? What is the likely efficacy of the dual therapy regimen I am on? How does it compare to Atripla – like triple therapy?
What is the likelihood of having developed NNRTI resistance as well, given that I was on one month of efavirenz – mono therapy ?
Syphilis treatment : penicillin 2.4m one shot
I was tested positive for syphilis test at the end of May (I was negative in February) so I was given a 2.4m penicillin shot. At that time I had some red spots on palms and body, perhaps about 5-10 percent coverage. After the shot, I suffered reactions for about 8 hours.
I was then recovering until 2.5 weeks later, my body started developing drug rash (whole body, about 60 percent, mostly frontal body) and red spots covering my palms (about 20 percent).
I am wondering did my HIV treatment fail or is that something else? I am currently only on Atripla and the rash is very similar to what I had when I first started this medication.
My question are, would the rash resurface after few weeks if the treatment works? Is this normal? Or did my syphilis mutate? Would penicillin affect my immunity and I am going through the Atripla rash phase like I first started ? My skin has been quite dry and it sometimes will get itchy if I don’t stay in air-condiioned rooms.
I am now given doxycycline for 2 weeks and this is now the second day.
I really appreciate cause it is bothering me very much. Thank you for your help.
What pills can halp pain with Eflaten?
I’ve been diagnosed with HIV five days ago. I’m on Tribuss I’ve been taking it in the morning but it makes me sleepy and dizzy, I want to know if it would be okay to switch to taking it at night? Or will it make me resistant?
My clinic keeps giving me pills with different names like Atroiza, Tribuss, Odimune. Is this ok?