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Table of Contents

 
Tummy Troubles

Tummy Trouble Sore Spots

Problems with Pills

What the Pros Say

Southern Irritation

Road to Relief

Special Agents OTC AND RX

Dangerous Crossing

Tough Choices—But Hope!

Worth the Effort

Drug Trafficking

Practical Do's and Don'ts

 
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Tummy Troubles
What To Do When Your HIV Meds And Tummy Treatments Don't Mix.

Tummy Trouble Sore Spots
Heartburn, Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), Nausea OR Vomiting, Diarrhea

Problems with Pills
How some HIV meds can leave your tummy achin’ and your HAARTburn breakin’

What the Pros Say
How important is it to see a doctor if you have diarrhea, nausea or vomiting?

Southern Irritation
This busy lady from North Carolina won’t let IBS—or HIV—get her down

Road to Relief
A smart guide to help you find your best remedy

Special Agents OTC AND RX
When practical life changes barely ease the ache, it’s time to call in the professionals

Dangerous Crossing
Why you should Look both ways before starting new HIV meds

Tough Choices—But Hope!
Balancing treatments for both your tummy and HIV can seem like a pain sometimes, but it is doable

Worth the Effort
Smarts and dedication got him through it

Drug Trafficking
You can avoid problems by learning about potential interactions with your HIV meds

Practical Do's and Don'ts
Even though HIV drugs may be the primary cause of your heartburn, think about modifying lifestyle factors that could be making it worse.



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