I was recently diagnosed with HIV, following a medical exam, wasn't sick or anything, my dr. put me on atripla and bactrim, tested positive to ppd skin test, I always did whenever I change jobs, and have always tested pos. (because I had BCG immunazasion when I was young) and neg. to TB X-ray, however a different dr. wants me to start the TB treatment her reason I am "high risk now", for someone who hardly take an aspirin when I have a headache I am very concerned about the interaction of all these meds. I just wanted to know if this is a normal procedure for everyone. I also understand each case is different, I really don't know what to do,I'm at the crossroads. I am alread on bactrim my dr. said I will be on it for a yr, dont know why. Is there a way of handling this or is it going to be trial after trail, please someone help am so petrified.
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