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Author Topic: From Triumeq to Dovato  (Read 1030 times)

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Offline Almost2late

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From Triumeq to Dovato
« on: January 13, 2022, 03:43:57 pm »
I had switched from Triumeq to Dovato back in early November, so far I'm still undetectable and cd4's are about the same 300ish level.

Though it's only been a couple of months.. there's a couple of changes for the better that have occurred.

First, my pee seems to not smell as bad and is not as dark.. this was a constant when on Triumeq.
Second, I used to get a dull pain in my stomach after taking Triumeq, sometimes with nausea though it didn't last long.. not any more with Dovato. It's been really easy on my stomach.

I appreciated Triumeq as it has helped me get and stay undetectable with little side effects, but this switch has been wonderful.

Hopefully I'll stay undetectable
« Last Edit: January 13, 2022, 03:48:05 pm by Almost2late »

Offline CircularNatural

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Re: From Triumeq to Dovato
« Reply #1 on: January 14, 2022, 11:23:00 pm »
Glad Dovato is working for you too :)
I was diagnosed last Aug 2021, started a different brand similar to Dovato mames Zevuvir L Pack (lamivudine 300 + dolutegravir 50) and got my VL negativized after 3 months. I got tested shortly after infetion so my CD4 went from 590 to i
864 now.
So far no side effects either.
I'm concerned on long-term overweight and metabolic issues si I'm trying to keep a healthy diet.
Hope you are doing well yourself!
Take care
🇦🇷 "Hope is the only thing stronger than fear."

Offline Almost2late

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Re: From Triumeq to Dovato
« Reply #2 on: January 16, 2022, 02:46:43 am »
Glad Dovato is working for you too :)
I was diagnosed last Aug 2021, started a different brand similar to Dovato mames Zevuvir L Pack (lamivudine 300 + dolutegravir 50)

Yes, Dovato and Zevuvir are exactly the same.. glad it is working for you also.

I'm concerned on long-term overweight and metabolic issues si I'm trying to keep a healthy diet.

I put on some weight, but I blame poor diet and lack of exercise during the pandemic scare.. but once I started to eat right and exercise the pounds started to shed off pretty quickly.

 


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