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Just a quick question
First of all, let me say that I'm comfortable with my negative results and I have no further worries. But, I've seen posted on these forums MANY times about fears of medication interacting with HIV seroconversion.

Which medications can delay seroconversion, if any? Maybe this will be helpful for people who are constantly worrying about if something as benign as Benadryl can affect them.
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Had you used the search function it has been explained what medicines may delay seroconversion.
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All I can see are anti-rejection meds and chemotherapy, are there any that I am missing?
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There you go.
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Thanks, but Prednisone, etc. ARE used for anti-rejection therapy. I've seen doctors/you/LizzieLou reassure posters that Prednisone will not do anything, why is this if it is listed under drugs used for anti-rejection therapy? I'm sorry if I'm a bit of a pain, just trying to grasp.
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186166 tn?1385262982
DOSAGE ! ! ! ! !
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Oh, yeah, duh. I forgot about that. *feels like an idiot* Thanks, guys!
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