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Author Topic: Stribild & Drugs interactions  (Read 423 times)

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Offline la-hir

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Stribild & Drugs interactions
« on: June 14, 2014, 08:52:19 AM »
Hello everyone, I have question- I am two weeks on Stribild and I have some weird patches on my hands and soles of the food they was actually fine up to now- they start itch and get kind of red... My GP says it is some eczema or dermatitis and is not relate to my HIV. I just hope it is not psoriasis. I got question - my GP give me topical corticoids betnovate and he says, that it is safe use it with Stribild -however I read that there is interaction between them :(                                                               The following types of medicine may interact with Betnovate:
cytochrome P450 enzyme inhibitors... That what did I found about interaction. Should I stop use this oiment then??? Or is it really safe? Thank you very much for help! L. X

Offline phoenix

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Re: Stribild & Drugs interactions
« Reply #1 on: June 14, 2014, 11:52:39 AM »
Hi la-hir         I don't take Stribild  so I can't say. maybe this link will helphttp://www.aidsmeds.com/archive/stribild_elvitegravir_cobicistat_2716.shtml I also ask my pharmacists , Just give them a call. Good  luck
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Offline eric48

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Re: Stribild & Drugs interactions
« Reply #2 on: June 14, 2014, 05:00:57 PM »
Where is CYP450 mostly found ?

Have you figured out

Mobile.eric
NVP/ABC/3TC/... UD; CD4 > 1000; CD4/CD8 ~ 2.0

 


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