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– Headache, insomnia, fatigue, nausea, bloating
– Bone marrow suppression-anemia, neutropenia
Zidovudine
– Pancreatitis
– Peripheral neuropathies
– GI symptoms (diarrhea, nausea, discomfort)
Didanosine
– Peripheral neuropathies
– Pancreatitis
– Lipodystrophies
Stavudine
– Generally well tolerated
– GI symptoms, malaise, fatigue, headache
Lamivudine
– Peripheral neuropathy
– Pancreatitis
Zalcitabine
– GI symptoms (nausea, pain), HA, insomnia
– Hypersensitivity reaction (< 5%)
Abacavir
– Generally well tolerated
– GI toxicities
– Reported cases of renal insufficiency
Tenofovir
– Well tolerated
– Nausea, diarrhea, rash, HA
– Skin discoloration (hyperpigmentation of soles and
palms)
Emtricitabine
– Rash
• (up to 20%)
• Transient
– Elevated LFTs
– Hepatic dysfunction
Nevirapine
Symptoms: often non-specific, including
fatigue, malaise, anorexia, nausea, jaundice
Nevirapine hepatotoxicity
-CNS
-LFTs
-rash
efavirenz
– GI symptoms (N/V/D)
– Paresthesias
– Asthenia, fatigue
Ritonavir
– Nephrolithiasis
– GI intolerance, nausea
Indinavir
– Diarrhea
Nelfinavir
– Similar for both Invirase® and Fortavase®
– GI intolerance, N/V/D
– Headache
– Elevated AST/ALT
Saquinavir