Can I Take Altosec If I'm On Atripla?

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peter Says:
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I have been on Altosec 20mg for my refluxes and have recently been diagnosed as hiv positive. I am on Atripla for a few days. May i still take my Altosec 20mg?



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joniu Says:
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Can i take Atripla with a laxative?

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Roy Says:

Peter, from what I am seeing on the UCLA Health website, there are possible interactions between these drugs, but they are listed as "low" severity. You will want to check with your doctor of pharmacist to confirm that it is safe for you to take them together.

"Omeprazole 20mg Oral disintegrating tablet and Efavirenz ... Severity: low ... Efavirenz inhibits and CYP2C19 and may inhibit the metabolism of omeprazole since it is a substrate for CYP2C19.

Atripla 600mg-200mg-300mg Tablet and Omeprazole ... Severity: low ... Efavirenz inhibits and CYP2C19 and may inhibit the metabolism of omeprazole since it is a substrate for CYP2C19."

Source: Drug interaction checker

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