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Author Topic: How long does Atripla stay in your system?  (Read 3677 times)

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Offline bethmarie

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How long does Atripla stay in your system?
« on: October 31, 2007, 01:45:20 AM »
Hi,

I am taking a physical for a gov job next wed and I do not want to test a false positive or tell them that I am HIV+. Does anyone know how long does it take to clear your system of sustiva?

Thanks!!
« Last Edit: October 31, 2007, 01:52:48 AM by bethmarie »

Offline newt

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Re: How long does Atripla stay in your system?
« Reply #1 on: October 31, 2007, 07:32:58 AM »
Hello, welcome

a long time at detectable levels, longer than next Wednesday, so you need to make a plan...this only relates to tests for illicit drugs, and there tests which do not show false positives from Sustiva. the minimum you need to disclose is your are currently taking a medication which may case a mistaken result so please use a different test.

stopping Sustiva for a short time is a bad idea, because a few days off the drug can lead quickly to resistance, which, if it happens, means you can't use the drug anymore.

- matt
"The object is to be a well patient, not a good patient"

Offline BB

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Re: How long does Atripla stay in your system?
« Reply #2 on: October 31, 2007, 07:44:48 AM »
If they screen you for drugs once then they could do it again. I agree with newt.
Damn the Torpedoes! Full speed ahead! Adm. D. Farragut.

Started Atripla 8/18/06 and if I eat the right food when I take my meds, I get to go on a-trip-la.

Offline jabez

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Re: How long does Atripla stay in your system?
« Reply #3 on: October 31, 2007, 09:14:30 PM »
I agree with the others.  If you're planning a long-term future with Sustiva, you shouldn't try to "clear it out of your system" for a drug test.   If you do this, Sustiva might never be an option for you again.   
Sept 2007 -- CD4 = 68; VL = 469,000
Started Atripla Sept 21, 2007
Nov 2007-CD4=217;VL=332
Feb 2008-CD4=237;VL=<50
Apr 2008-CD4=271;VL=66
Aug 2008-CD4=440;VL=52
Jan 2009-CD4=403;VL=61
May 2009-CD4=480;VL=129
Sep 2009-CD4=376;VL<40
Jan 2010-CD4=476;VL<40
Jul 2010-CD4=539;VL<40
Jan 2011-CD4=461;VL=53
Jul 2011-CD4=515;VL<20
Jan 2012-CD4=506;VL=54
Aug 2012-CD4=440;VL=21
Jan 2013-CD4=447;VL=<20
Jul 2013-CD4=406; VL=<20
Feb 2014-CD4=450; VL=<20
Aug 2014-CD4=535; VL=<20

 


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