How Does Eflaten Work

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slender Says:
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I want to use the eflaten tablet but i was diagnosed with HIV since 2010. Then i stopped my treatment last year after my TB treatment. Can i start taking the eflaten tablet again?

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mapakisha Says:
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How does aflaten work if I'm intimate with someone who is hiv negative without using protection?

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ntumie Says:
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Hi, i want to know - my b.f has taken eflaten tablets and we used protection and one day it failed, so I am asking to know if I might get any problem from him? I am worried i'm hiv positive. plz help

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Deb Says:
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You need to be tested for drug resistance. You may have to go on a second line drug. Stopping an ARV can cause it to become ineffective against your virus. And then a completely different type of ARV is needed.

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Deb Says:
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He needs to learn his viral load. If it is undetectable then it is safe. To make sure you are safe go to clinic and get on PreP tablets to protect you.

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charlie Says:

I'm not Hiv positive but i'm scared of being one. Is it advisable to keep Eflaten around and to take it when i have unprotected intercourse with someone I don't trust, as a precautionary measure?

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Ndalo Says:

I need your help, m HIV positive and taking Eflaten. I slept with someone who m not sure about his status but either way if he's not positive and there were no precautions taken after that and I'm afraid that he might be infected since it's been days since this has happened. Is there still a chance for him to get help? Please help me!!!

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Mwai Says:
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Doc, I have been on Duovir 300mg in the morning and Efavirenz 600mg at night since 2007. Recently I discovered Eflaten and switched to it to take it once a day at night. I have experienced stomach bloating, a lot of burping and sometimes a kind of diarrhea. And because I like the idea of one tablet a day with Eflaten, In my own thinking I decided to space my doses every 48hrs. I am exercising a lot, I am strict with my diet, and I feel fine. Am I at any risk of any kind or should I go back to the Duovir Efavirenz doses, or strictly observe the one Eflaten dose per day and hope that the stomach issues will go someday? Please advise.

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