Side Effects and Their Treatment
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Treatments for Side Effects550. Side Effects
A discussion of the most common side effects of antiretroviral treatment, with links to other fact sheets for more information. Includes fatigue, anemia, digestive problems, lipodystrophy, peripheral neuropathy, mitochondrial toxicity, and osteoporosis.
[Reviewed August 26, 2013]
A description of fatigue among people with HIV, its causes and treatment.
[Reviewed April 10, 2013]
A description of anemia among people with HIV, its causes and treatment.
[Reviewed June 18, 2013]
553. Body Shape Changes (Lipodystrophy)
A description of lipodystrophy (changes in metabolism and body shape) in people with HIV, its risks, suspected causes and treatment.
[Reviewed November 14, 2012]
A description of diarrhea in people with HIV, its causes and treatment.
[Revised December 31, 2012]
555. Peripheral Neuropathy
A description of peripheral neuropathy in people with HIV, its causes and treatment.
[Revised December 19, 2012]
556. Mitochondrial Toxicity
A description of mitochondrial toxicity in people with HIV, its causes and treatment.
[Reviewed August 30, 2013]
A discussion of loss of bone mineral density associated with HIV and its treatment, including osteoporosis
[Revised June 2, 2013]
558. Depression and HIV
Depression is common in HIV
[Revised July 17, 2013]
Definition and description of osteonecrosis (bone death) in HIV
[Revised September 23, 2013]
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