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Author Topic: missed dose - stribild  (Read 1809 times)

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Offline Fly4awhiteguy

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missed dose - stribild
« on: April 27, 2014, 01:55:05 AM »
Hey all,

Ive recently started taking Stribild (on my 3rd month now) and it's my first time taking meds after being diagnosed late 2013. I was warned how important it was to never miss a dose and to my horror I realized I forgot to take it yesterday. I'm concerned and my doctor isnt in the office till Tuesday. I took it today at the usual time. So now am I fucked? Should I be calling my doctor on Tuesday? Anyone else with history of missing a dose or helpful advice would be great!!
Diagnosed November 2013 - vl 32,000+ cd4 545
February 2014 - vl 45,000+ cd4 350 (started stribild)
April 2014 - vl 50 cd4 687

Offline ad2san

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Re: missed dose - stribild
« Reply #1 on: April 27, 2014, 03:05:24 AM »
Hi. Don't think too much. Missing a dose is no deal. It happens probably to everyone. Just keep taking ur meds as you are used to. You'll be fine. Cheers
Feb   2009 CD4 358 VL 2000 16%
May  2009 CD4 305 VL 3069  14% <---- Started TVD+ATZ/r
Jul  2009 CD4 512 VL <50   18%
Jul 2010 CD4 418 VL <50 24%                     
Switched to Kivexa (Epzicom) + Norvir + Reyataz (due to sleep problem)
Aug 2010 CD4 606 VL <50 25%
Jul 2011 CD4 494 UD 23%
Switched to Kivexa (Epzicom) + Viramune XR (due to kidney problems)
January 2012 CD4 564 UD 31%
January 2013 CD4 594 UD 26%
Switched to Kivexa (Epzicom) + Isentress due to BIG increase GammaGT
Feb 2013 CD4 699 UD 28%
Aug 2014 CD4 639 UD 25%
Switched January 2015 to Triumeq
May 2015 CD4 807 UD 31%
Switched Nov 2016 to Genvoya due to gastric problems
November 2016 CD4 847 UD 32%

Offline Fly4awhiteguy

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Re: missed dose - stribild
« Reply #2 on: April 27, 2014, 10:29:11 AM »
Thanks! Sometimes this can be just so overwhelming.
Diagnosed November 2013 - vl 32,000+ cd4 545
February 2014 - vl 45,000+ cd4 350 (started stribild)
April 2014 - vl 50 cd4 687


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