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User Reviews for Dovato

Condition Avg. Rating Reviews Compare
HIV Infection 6.3
5 reviews 66 medications

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Young January 13, 2021

For HIV Infection: “If you sport active, not take dovato. Big muscle disorder and pain”

brunetto73 · Taken for 1 to 6 months January 11, 2021

For HIV Infection: “Due to stomach pain, face, shoulder, neck paraesthesia, muscle pain, fatigue, angina pectoris, when I take the drug after lunch, I feel a sensitivity alteration reaction with sweating, the drug is not good for patients hypersensitive to Dolutegravir lamivudine. I have noticed that lamivudine is an active ingredient in a 25 year old drug called Epivir, so they cannot say that it is a new drug. :)”

3 / 10
Antonious · Taken for 1 to 6 months December 31, 2020

For HIV Infection: “Since startup on Dovato I experienced rapid weight loss; disorientation or anxiety, rapid heart rate (I use the smartwatch to monitor the bizarre variances), gradual difficulty breathing as if at high altitudes; morphine had the same results. Unable to sleep because heart rate drops to 56 causing oxygen-related anxieties. DVTs taking a rapid change since startup. Acud buildup, and I need iron and can't take it with Dovato.”

2 / 10
Norse · Taken for 6 months to 1 year December 8, 2020

For HIV Infection: “Been on Dovato 8 months now and feel great. No side effects.”

10 / 10
John · Taken for 1 to 2 years November 15, 2020

For HIV Infection: “Great drug so far no side effects”

10 / 10

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