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Author Topic: Meds twice by accident?  (Read 483 times)

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Offline Pepperino

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Meds twice by accident?
« on: November 07, 2014, 06:20:33 PM »
I was wondering, what would be the effects of accidentally taking my meds twice in a day?  :-\
 
This is me:
06.2014 - CD4+   603/44% & VL 2,8millon
07.2014 - CD4+ 1146/47% & VL 238
09.2014 - CD4+ 1182/43% & VL 412
10.2014 - CD4+   907/ --% & VL  70

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Re: Meds twice by accident?
« Reply #1 on: November 07, 2014, 06:25:20 PM »
Its not going to kill you but you may want to call your pharmacist so he or she can discuss it with you . It depends what you are on and your medical history such as liver and kidney health ... I would not be freaking out if I were you ... most likely you wont know you ever messed up .

Offline AusShep

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Re: Meds twice by accident?
« Reply #2 on: November 07, 2014, 06:29:26 PM »
I was wondering, what would be the effects of accidentally taking my meds twice in a day?  :-\

I wouldn't worry about it as a one time thing, especially with the newer meds. 
Even the new Truvada prep study had 2 doses 12 hours before sex and one dose for 2 days afterwards.  But that's only 2 drugs, not the three you should be on.

 


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