Changing Meds/Cambiando Medicamentos

UPDATE OF MEDS: As some know, I “once again” asked my doctor to change my medication regimen! I took Trizivir for 10 years. It was a good medicine but I noticed that my red blood cells were enlarged. I have always been adherent, but I asked my doctor to change me to Atripla almost 4 years ago. This was also a good medicine, but I knew it was time for a change because of the Sustiva in it. I am so happy that I am proactive with my treatment and I discussed with my doctor that I wanted to change to Tivicay and Truvada. I started last night and I had no side effects and did not wake up today with any effects or the hangover-like state that I was always in with Atripla in the mornings. I had an awesome good night sleep and this is a good thing! Follow your instincts!

ACTUALIZACION DE MEDICAMENTOS: Algunos saben que tome el medicamento Trizivir por 10 anos. Esta era una buena medicina, pero note que mis células rojas estaban engrandecidas en los laboratorios y decidí cambiar el régimen de medicinas. Siempre he tenido mucha adherencia, pero le dije a mi medico que quería cambiar al medicamento Atripla y estuve en este régimen por casi 4 anos. El medicamento Atripla me sirvió mucho, pero necesitaba cambiar el medicamento por es Sustiva que tiene el Atripla y sus efectos en el sistema nervioso. Entonces hable con mi medico y le dije que me cambiara a Tivicay y Truvada. Empecé anoche y no tuve absolutamente ningún efecto secundario o como me sentía cuando despertaba, con la cabeza embotada. Dormí muy bien y esto es algo súper bueno para mi!!! Sigue tus instintos.

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