Your Dr is right taf has no resistance and have no side effects like bone loss and kidney toxic
I have also shifted to taf from this month and it's about a week now. Concerns could be there as the actual dose of tenofovir in taf 25mg is reduced 12 times than in tdf 300mg and certainly there isn't any long term data to see the results. However drugs are released only after thorough studies over years so just cross ur from ngers and wait for a good outcome. U don't have much options than to move on with what is in front ahead. Lastly u cannot continue risking ur kidney to hazards of high dose of tdf. Remaining compensatory things ur body will do to protect u.
TDF and TAF both deliver the same drug, the resistance profile might be even better in TAF than TDF. I remember studyforhope shared something where the delivery of tenofovir in TAF to the liver was 1.4 times TDF, but it was 15 times more in the non liver tissues.
There is a lot of people on the Hepatitis B Mail list that are complaining about Kidney toxicity on TDF, which I am very surprised about since it was supposed to be a rare side effect.
Another thing is im just completely surprised how many people on the Hep B mail list group report kidney problems on TDF. But again I cant determine how that fits in with the general population.
Hi how old are you? How long have u been taking taf? Doctor told m to take taf is vemlidy right? Im scared of the flare up it can cause, it says one you stop taking it, it can worsen your liver