FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments: STRIBILD

User Comments:


For HIV Infection “Been on stribild for 30 days. Prior to treatment my viral load was 37,100, T count 378. After 30 days viral load is 45, T count is 578. I’ve had zero side effects I know don’t even take it with food. Next DR visit is in 60 days, The DR and I expect to be a undetectable levels at next visit. I highly recommend this treatment.”

Anonymous (taken for 1 to 6 months) November 7, 2017


“I’m on day 3 of stribild. I am HIV negative but use stribild as PrEP for full protection against infection. So far very well tolerated as a first time user. No signs or symptoms or side effects. Will take it daily for life.”

Anonymous (taken for less than 1 month) September 12, 2017


For HIV Infection “I’m French . I’m using Stribld and I am coming to US . So where can I find Stribild and how Much is a box ?”

Denissss June 18, 2017


For HIV Infection “I used this medication for 28 days for PEP. While I have tested negative at 6 weeks, I have had the side effects of neuropathy (felt like Reynaud’s syndrome) and reversible kidney stress (decreased potassium and phosphate, elevated creatinine).I believe this may be due to mitochondrial dysfunction, with many references to support this”

Anonymous (taken for less than 1 month) June 17, 2017


For HIV Infection “I have been on Kaletra and Truvada for over 10 years. My CD4 is 960 ( took 10 years to get here) and my viral infection undetectable (undetectable since 3 months after I started meds 10 years ago). Many of you say you still feel someone bad, but that is because your new to the infection and your CD4’s are under 500. Once you get over 500 you will begin to start feeling normal, but it is when you get to 650+++ is when you become healthy. This is a fact.”

Jesus01 (taken for 10 years or more) June 13, 2017


For HIV Infection “Easy to take. A little leg pain (not sure if it’s related to meds)…besides that absolutely no side effects. I take with a good meal.”

Paul H. (taken for less than 1 month) April 5, 2017

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