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Author Topic: Genvoya first dose last night, vomit  (Read 343 times)

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Offline sreamer17ydr

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Genvoya first dose last night, vomit
« on: January 23, 2016, 08:38:22 AM »
I don't know if it was just because its a new drug, or the atripla was still in my system, but, I took my first pill of Genvoya at 7 PM, (dinner time) and by 1:22 AM, I was up until 3 am, sick to my stomach. I was so nauseated, and at 2:30 or so I vomited so hard, sore throat now today.

I can't say its going to be an every night thing, as I said, only taken 1 dose, but is this common to vomit on Genvoya? Never did with Atripla.
07/01/09: Tested Poz
08/19/09:20,653           CD4: 566
11/10/09:57,673           CD4: 623
12/13/09:60,000           CD4: 400
02/1/10: 67,000            CD4: 600
02/16/10: Started Atripla
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10/27/10: Undetectable, CD4:620
04/20/11: Undetectable, CD4: 816
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02/21/12: Undetectable, CD4: 727
09/24/12: Undetectable, CD4: 654
04/22/13: Undetectable, CD4: 768
10/21/13: Undetectable, CD4: 798 :49%
04/28/14: Undetectable: CD4: 849 :51%
10/27/14: Undetectable, CD4: 654 :51%
04/01/15: Undetectable, CD4: 623 :43%
11/09/15: Undetectable CD4  757  :45.9
01/22/16: Started Genvoya

Offline Wade

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Re: Genvoya first dose last night, vomit
« Reply #1 on: January 23, 2016, 09:55:32 AM »
Sorry to hear that , like you said could be enough atripla left in your system
to make you nauseated . Hope things are better tonight !
Wade
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Offline sreamer17ydr

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Re: Genvoya first dose last night, vomit
« Reply #2 on: January 23, 2016, 10:24:15 AM »
I hope so, I mean, I prolly should have stopped taking Atripla 2 days prior to help the old drugs leave my system, so it prolly is a lot for my body to have, the old Viread, the new one, double the Emtriva in system, sustiva leeching out, adding two more lol
07/01/09: Tested Poz
08/19/09:20,653           CD4: 566
11/10/09:57,673           CD4: 623
12/13/09:60,000           CD4: 400
02/1/10: 67,000            CD4: 600
02/16/10: Started Atripla
03/29/10: Undetectable, CD4:720
10/27/10: Undetectable, CD4:620
04/20/11: Undetectable, CD4: 816
09/21/11: Undetectable, CD4: 823
02/21/12: Undetectable, CD4: 727
09/24/12: Undetectable, CD4: 654
04/22/13: Undetectable, CD4: 768
10/21/13: Undetectable, CD4: 798 :49%
04/28/14: Undetectable: CD4: 849 :51%
10/27/14: Undetectable, CD4: 654 :51%
04/01/15: Undetectable, CD4: 623 :43%
11/09/15: Undetectable CD4  757  :45.9
01/22/16: Started Genvoya

Offline Mightysure

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Re: Genvoya first dose last night, vomit
« Reply #3 on: January 23, 2016, 01:04:28 PM »
When I started Stribild, I experienced vomiting up until about a week into it.  I don't think it's an interaction with Atripla, I think it's the elvitegravir.  When I first started Stribild, I would vomit probably 8-12 hours after I dosed.  I had my doctor send me a perscription for some anti-nausea meds and I was fine. When I switched to Genvoya, there were no side effects.
 I'm sorry that you're having a sore throat now, but if you have any anti-nausea OTC meds that don't have an adverse interaction, I'd have that on had for the next week.

Offline sreamer17ydr

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Re: Genvoya first dose last night, vomit
« Reply #4 on: January 24, 2016, 09:11:26 AM »
Took my 2nd dose last night, didn't vomit, or get sick. Have noticed, I am a light sleeper now lol.... with Atripla for 6 years, it put me out lol. Got to get use to falling asleep on my own.
07/01/09: Tested Poz
08/19/09:20,653           CD4: 566
11/10/09:57,673           CD4: 623
12/13/09:60,000           CD4: 400
02/1/10: 67,000            CD4: 600
02/16/10: Started Atripla
03/29/10: Undetectable, CD4:720
10/27/10: Undetectable, CD4:620
04/20/11: Undetectable, CD4: 816
09/21/11: Undetectable, CD4: 823
02/21/12: Undetectable, CD4: 727
09/24/12: Undetectable, CD4: 654
04/22/13: Undetectable, CD4: 768
10/21/13: Undetectable, CD4: 798 :49%
04/28/14: Undetectable: CD4: 849 :51%
10/27/14: Undetectable, CD4: 654 :51%
04/01/15: Undetectable, CD4: 623 :43%
11/09/15: Undetectable CD4  757  :45.9
01/22/16: Started Genvoya

 


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