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People with HIV and ulcerative colitis or Crohn’s disease may need less IBD medication and have fewer hospitalizations.
There isn’t evidence to either prove or disprove the effectiveness of colon cleansing or coffee enemas.
POZ contributing writer Shawn Decker shares his journey from being a kid with no real treatment options to now.
FDA warns that drinking Miracle Mineral Solution and similar products is potentially life-threatening.
In a large cohort of people participating in HIV medication trials since 2008, about 17 percent experienced diarrhea.
Look out for these typical med side effects and tell your provider about them at once. They’re seldom serious, and most often fixable.
Having HIV may mean dealing with gastrointestinal problems, but you shouldn’t have to simply put up with them.
Even after receiving priority review from the Food and Drug Administration, Fulyzaq, the first drug to treat diarrhea related to HIV meds...
The FDA has approved Fulyzaq (crofelemer), the first drug to relieve symptoms of the diarrhea that is a side effect of antiretrovirals.
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