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Are Aluvia and Dumiva the same medications?

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Are Aluvia and Dumiva the same medications?


Thanks for letting us answer your question online – now posted here:

Aluvia and Dumiva are two different medicines that are often used together to make a complete treatment for HIV.

Aluvia contains lopinavir and ritonavir. In some countries it is called Kaletra.

Dumiva contains abacavir and lamivudine. The original versions were called Kivexa or Epzicom.

Different drug companies make the same medicines. The different brand names can make it confusing, but these medicines are all just as good. Looking for the active ingredient is the best way to know if your meds have changed.

This link lists some of the most widely used brands in different countries.

Generic HIV drugs


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