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Genvoya / Descovy availibillity
Hi, Would like to check if the following drugs are available or will be available anytime soon? 1) Genvoya (elvitegravir + cobicistat + tenofovir alafenamide + emtricitabine) 2) Descovy (tenofovir alafenamide + emtricitabine) I understand Triumeq will be available in September. And Tiivicay is available at about 10500 bht per bottle. For the time being, any generic version of kivexa and tivicay?
Posted by: Qwerty
Date: 27 Jul 2017

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Kivexa generics?
Dear Greg, Is Kivexa (i.e. Abacavir 600 + Lamivudine 300) available as a Generic anywhere in Thailand? Kind regards,
Posted by: Piere
Date: 13 Jul 2017

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HLA-B5701 TEST
Hi, I would like to know if I can do the HLA-B5701 genotype test for Abacavir Hypersensitivity in TRCARC? Any information about where I can do the test in THAILAND? Thanks a lot.
Posted by: david
Date: 28 Jun 2017

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Rilpivirine
I'd like to confirm the price for rilpivirine. Is 202.50 thb correct price for rilpivirine 25 (Edurant) for a bottle (30 tab). I'm asking that because it seems too low price. Thank you
Posted by: Val
Date: 14 Jun 2017

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Is TAF available in TRCARC?
Is tenofovir alafenamide (TAF) available in TRCARC? And the trivicay (DTG) is very expensive, is there any generic drug available in TRCARC?
Posted by: david
Date: 10 Jun 2017

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Purchasing Medication in Thailand
I am coming to Thailand soon and would like to confirm the prices for medications on your website. I just would like to be sure that these prices are current. Thanks so much Etraverine 100 mg (ETV) Trade Name: INTELENCE Price/Tablet: 85.50 THB Price/Bottle: 10,260 THB (120 tab) Raltegravir 400 Trade Name: ISENTRESS Price/Tablet: 227 THB Price/Bottle: 13,620 THB (60 tab) Tenofovir 300 mg (LFASiA) Original Trade Name: VIREAD Price/Tablet: 45 THB Price/Bottle: 1,350 THB (30 tab) Tenofovir 300 mg (GPO) Generic Trade Name: TENOFOVIR GPO Price/Tablet: 12 THB Price/Bottle: 360 THB (30 tab) Tenofovir 300 mg (HETERO) Generic Trade Name: TENOF Price/Tablet: 19 THB Price/Bottle: 570 THB (30 tab)
Posted by: Wil
Date: 09 Jun 2017

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Tivicay (DTG) and Triumeq available now (June 2017)?
It was mentioned on this Webboard (17 Feb 2017) that “Tivicay and Triumeq are expected to become available in May of this year.” Any updates now? Thanks a million to Greg in advance!
Posted by: Soochow
Date: 01 Jun 2017

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Difference between Day-time Anonymous and After-Hours Clinic
Hi there, I live overseas and have gotten medicine previously from the TRCARC using my home country's doctor's prescription. However I would like to get my VL and CD4 testing done when I have my next visit to Thailand (as it is much cheaper than doing it in my home country). In light of this, I would like to ask the following questions: 1. Since I am non-Thai and living overseas, can I only attend the After-Hours clinic to get the VL and CD4 tests done? Or can I do them during weekday daytime hours? 2. If I do the VL and CD4 tests at the TRCARC, does that mean I can get a prescription at your clinic and no longer need to get one from my own doctor to get the medicine in Thailand? Ideally I would like to visit Thailand every 6 months and have my testing and prescription/medication at the TRCARC instead of doing it back home - is that possible at all? I understand there is a surcharge on medication and testing for the After-Hours clinic, but what I am confused about is can non-Thai tourists like me go to the day time clinic and not pay the surcharge for your services? Thank you for your time and I look forward to your reply. Thanks, Ben
Posted by: Ben
Date: 14 May 2017

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Genvoya Update?
In January 2016 Greg posted on this board Genvoya was contemplated for submission to the Thai FDA by Gilead. Is there any update any information on submission or progress of Genvoya regulatory dossier to the Thai FDA?
Posted by: Rob
Date: 25 Apr 2017

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Tivicay (DTG) and Triumeq available now?
It was mentioned on this Webboard (17 Feb 2017) that “Tivicay and Triumeq are expected to become available in May of this year. We will make an announcement on the Webboard if they become available before then”. Is there any updated information regarding the captioned inquiry?
Posted by: Soochow
Date: 17 Apr 2017

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HIV medication for foreigner
good afternoon! I'm Russian and because of work will have to move to Thailand for a while. I'm HIV positive since 2016 and now am on therapy with Telura (Tenofovir + Lamivudine + Efavirenz). I would like to know how can I get this medication while staying in Thailand. What documents will I need to get prescription? And how much approx. this medication costs in Thailand. Thank you
Posted by: dnlzhkv
Date: 14 Mar 2017

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Can I get HIV medicines by the Chinese
Posted by: david
Date: 07 Mar 2017

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Tivicay and Triumeq
Hello, I received information Tivicay (dolutegravir) was approved by the Thailand Health Authorities in November 2016 and Triumeq (dolutegravir, abacavir, lamivudine) in December 2016. (email from ViiV Healthcare). Would you be able to tell us when these will be available at the Anonymous Clinic and roughly what the cost will be?
Posted by: Piere
Date: 22 Jan 2017

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How to get prescription to get medicine from clinic?
Hi im currently very confused. Im seeing the doctor from bumrungrad hospital. As i know getting my Stribild there is alot more expensive than from Thai Red Cross. I have asked the doctor whether he can prescribe me prescription to get my medicine from red cross. He said that he cant get me prescriptions outside. So my questions are: 1. Is there a recommendations for any doctors for me to go to have prescriptions? 2. The red cross itself do they have doctors available?
Posted by: Aries
Date: 07 Dec 2016

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Postponing next appointment
Hello - I have two questions. (1) I was scheduled to come back in March when my six-month prescription of PReP runs out. Due to unforeseen circumstance, I cannot come back in March but only in April. If during this time, I can source PReP for this month, when I come back in April, could I still continue with the 6-month prescription at your clinic? (2). I tried emailing the last question to an e-mail address I was given so I can send my blood/kidney/liver function test to you but since I have received no response, could you please let me know whether it's still okay to send the result back by e-mails? thank you!
Posted by: Billy
Date: 06 Dec 2016

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Purchasing medicine at the clinic
Hi there! I am planning to come to the clinic next week to purchase Stribild as I am currently living overseas. I will have my doctor's prescription as I want to purchase 6 month's of medicine. It is my first time coming here. I want to ask a few questions: 1. Do I need to make an appointment to the clinic to get the medicine? If so who do I contact? 2. Do I need to see a doctor beforehand or can I just purchase the medicine right away with my prescription? 3. Is there a long waiting time for the medicine purchase? 4. Do you accept credit card or only Thai Baht in cash? 5. Do you have stock for 6 months supply of Stribild available? I notice some people asking about availability on this webboard. Thank you so much and I look forward to your reply. Many thanks, Dan
Posted by: Ben
Date: 29 Nov 2016

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NAT and CRF AE
Hi once again! And thank you for last reply. I'm only left with one question, which I guess many people would have. Does NAT test for CRF AE, also known as HIV subtype E? Advanced thanks
Posted by: Anton
Date: 28 Nov 2016

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My test results
Good Day, Doctor Greg! On October 3rd I was in Phuket. I hooked up with a girl of unknown HIV status in tinder and we had french kissing, mutual masturbation and she gave me an unprotected blowjob. As I know, HIV is not transmittable and Through Kissing Masturbation, but what concerns Me is oral sex. My First Test was in Red Cross Clinic on November 3rd, negative. No follow up call from SEARCH (hopefully they got my phone number correctly). I was not sure Result in this, though I was reassured by staff that I consider this Test Can conclusive. As a Result I've waited for 6 weeks and repeated the Test Mark in Red Cross on November 17th, also negative. Waiting for Call from SEARCH still. At this Point I'm anxious because I have Fever (37,4 Celsius), Sore throat and Muscle pains. I Understand that HIV Can not be confirmed by symptoms, but it Gets Me worried. I Understand the CDC Recommendation of 12 weeks and I Will Come to Test Window period after 12 weeks regardless your answer, but still. How reliable is my 6 weeks negative test? You have seen people Seroconverting negative after 6 weeks before? I would also like to kindly ask for a favor. Could you please check with SEARCH regarding my test result on November 3, and November 17? I know, it's not your job and you do not get paid for it, but it would help me so much to know that they did not call me because the result was negative and not because I left wrong telephone number or anything like that. . My card no. is 1623733. Wow, that's a Big message, but not I Hope You Too Boring :) Great Thanks for what I do and if You accept donations or buy Can You Let Me a Beer just let meknow!
Posted by: Anton
Date: 21 Nov 2016

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My test results
Good Day, Doctor Greg! On October 3rd I was in Phuket. I hooked up with a girl of unknown HIV status in tinder and we had french kissing, mutual masturbation and she gave me an unprotected blowjob. As I know, HIV is not transmittable and Through Kissing Masturbation, but what concerns Me is oral sex. My First Test was in Red Cross Clinic on November 3rd, negative. No follow up call from SEARCH (hopefully they got my phone number correctly). I was not sure Result in this, though I was reassured by staff that I consider this Test Can conclusive. As a Result I've waited for 6 weeks and repeated the Test Mark in Red Cross on November 17th, also negative. Waiting for Call from SEARCH still. At this Point I'm anxious because I have Fever (37,4 Celsius), Sore throat and Muscle pains. I Understand that HIV Can not be confirmed by symptoms, but it Gets Me worried. I Understand the CDC Recommendation of 12 weeks and I Will Come to Test Window period after 12 weeks regardless your answer, but still. How reliable is my 6 weeks negative test? You have seen people Seroconverting negative after 6 weeks before? I would also like to kindly ask for a favor. Could you please check with SEARCH regarding my test result on November 3, and November 17? I know, it's not your job and you do not get paid for it, but it would help me so much to know that they did not call me because the result was negative and not because I left wrong telephone number or anything like that. . My card no. is 1623733. Wow, that's a Big message, but not I Hope You Too Boring :) Great Thanks for what I do and if You accept donations or buy Can You Let Me a Beer just let me know!
Posted by: Anton
Date: 21 Nov 2016

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Details on the Anonymous clinic services.
Hi Greg, I'm from Singapore recently diagnosed +ve and plan to travel to Thailand for cheaper medication. Please help me with the questions below 1. Does the Anonymous clinic help with emailing the blood results which take longer than a couple of days (Possibly in English ) as this would cut down the number of days of stay I would require in BKK. Can the blood tests be done non Anonymusly? 2. Does the drug depending unit give any invoice with patient names? (Have a tiny bit of HIV coverage in my medical insurance , so I want to know if I can use the invoice for claiming back from insurance as every tiny bit would help).
Posted by: Anonymus
Date: 27 Oct 2016

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Has Tivicay come yet?
Hello Greg. Just wondering if any news on the approval of Tivicay from the Thai FDA.
Posted by: Piere
Date: 17 Sep 2016

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Stribild available at the TRCARC Anonymous Clinic now?
Dear Greg, According to your earlier post (http://www.adamslove.org/en-agallery.php?mid=101 ), “Stribild has now been approved by the Thai FDA and the purchasing process is underway.” Is Stribild now available at the TRCARC Anonymous Clinic? Your reply will be very much appreciated. Best regards, Soochow
Posted by: Soochow
Date: 10 Sep 2016

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helleo guys
hi guys could you give me some edvice
Posted by: imad
Date: 09 Sep 2016

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Interpreting Hepatitis B Test Results
Dear Greg, My Anti-HBs results was e-mailed to be today. Below are my results (48 days after possible exposure): HBsAg - Negative Anti-HBs - Positive From our previous conversation, I understand having a positive Anti-HBs results is good--meaning I am immune. But on the paper, Positive is in red font and it says that normal is Negative so it looks a bit scary. Can you please explain to my what my results mean? Do I need to take any further tests or start medication? Or am I free of the virus and safe? Thanks. Mark
Posted by: Mark
Date: 29 Aug 2016

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Does NAT also screen for Hepatitis B
Dear Greg, I understand that blood with a negative 4th gen combo HIV result will then be tested with NAT. Can I just ask if the NAT will also detect a Hepatitis B infection? If yes, will the Thai Red Cross call me if they see Hepatitis B in my bloob? Thanks.
Posted by: Mark
Date: 23 Aug 2016

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HIV 2 Detection
Dear Greg, Hope all is well. Previously I asked the question: Does the 4th gen combo test & NAT test detect both HIV 1 and HIV 2? You responded: Both the 4th generation HIV antibody test and NAT can detect both HIV 1 & HIV 2. I have since called the SEARCH number your provided to ask about the NAT results for my blood collection date and they say all came in normal. Then I asked if the NAT detects both HIV 1 and 2 and the person I talked to said it was only for HIV 1. Can I please double check this information with you? Can you confirm that it can also detect HIV 2. Again, just to be sure and for my peace of mind. I know HIV 2 is not prevalent in Thailand but my possible exposure was with a sex worker so anything can be possible with her previous encounters with other tourists. Thank you. Mark
Posted by: Mark
Date: 22 Aug 2016

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“One-stop” treatment service at The After-Hours Clinic
Dear Greg, According to your earlier post (http://www.adamslove.org/en-agallery.php?mid=93 ), “The After-Hours Clinic at the TRCARC provides the opportunity for clients/patients to receive “one-stop” comprehensive HIV testing and treatment services, without having to seek outside medical supervision.” Regarding the “one-stop” treatment service you kindly mentioned, can you please confirm whether my following understanding is correct: As a non-Thai national currently on HIV medication, I do NOT have to obtain a prescription from a doctor based outside the TRCARC (e.g. at the Bangkok Christian Hospital) before I go to the TRCARC to buy relevant medicine. I can SIMPLY visit the After-Hours Clinic, consult a doctor (by paying the Doctor's fee 400 Baht) there, obtain his/her prescription, and then buy medicine at the After-Hours Clinic. Your reply will be very much appreciated. Best regards, Soochow
Posted by: Soochow
Date: 12 Aug 2016

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Stribild and Dolutegravir (Tivicay)
Stribild has now been approved by the Thai FDA and the purchasing process is underway. The Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre will make an announcement when Stribild is available and its price. Approval of Tivicay from the Thai FDA is still pending. The Adam's Love website will keep you informed of any change in status. The Adam's Love Team
Posted by: Greg
Date: 11 Aug 2016

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TRC HIV Test Inquiries
Hello Greg, I had a possible HIV exposure July 9, 2016. I've had two tests in the Thai Red Cross Anonymous clinic: 1. July 30, Saturday (21 days after) 2. August 4, Thursday (26 days after) Both came out negative after the 60 minute 4th generation test. And I was told that all blood samples are then re-tested using NAT and results come 3 days after. Just some questions please: 1. Can you confirm that ALL blood samples in the Anonymous clinic are tested using NAT after the 4th gen combo test? 2. Can I take my two 4th generation results as conclusive? Am I safe? 3. Just for peace of mind, can you please help check my NAT result? I have not received a call but I want to be sure. (HN 1601930) 4. Is the NAT test 100% accurate after 21 and 26 days? Any chance for false negatives? 5. Does the 4th gen combo test & NAT test detect both HIV 1 and HIV 2? Sorry for all the questions. I'm sure you get this a lot but I am stressed out and anxious as I've had a fever for more than a week now. Thank you very much. I appreciate your work in this website.
Posted by: Mark
Date: 10 Aug 2016

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Triumeq or Genvoya?
As I read here now there is no plan to get Triumeq in Thailand. But how about Genvoya? Attripla? Always Kivexa and Viramune is annoying. One pill a day should be enough and also a target for Thai FDA....cannot remember.
Posted by: Gary
Date: 10 Aug 2016

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