Tenvir 300mg Tablets
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Tenvir 300 mg containing Tenofovir (active ingredient) belongs to a group of drugs called antiretroviral drugs. It is an antiviral medication that treats the human immunodeficiency virus or HIV from multiplying in your body. It is prescribed for the treatment of HIV, which causes the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome or AIDS. Tenofovir is a defective adenosine nucleotide drug that works by blocking the enzyme called reverse transcriptase. It also weekly interferes with all other enzymes like mitochondrial RNA polymerases. This enzyme is an essential part of the replication mechanism of HIV, and thus, the drug reduces the amount of infectious virus in the body.
Read the prescription carefully before you start taking Tenvir 300 mg tablets. The usual dose is one 300 mg tablet once in a day, although the dose strength will depend upon the condition of the patient. The dosage may depend upon various range of factors like age, sex, drug allergies, or seriousness of the condition among several other factors. The doctor determines the dosage after examining you properly. Take Tenofovir HIV medication strictly according to your doctor’s direction or according to the instructions on the medication label. Do not alter the dosage unless your doctor advises you to do so. Also, do not take this medication after the prescribed period is over. All medications come with a patient leaflet. Refer the instructions in them for detailed information on that medication. Take Tenofovir with or without food, or as directed by your doctor. HIV is usually treated with a combination of drugs. Always take the prescribed medications as directed by your doctor. Store this medication in a cool and dry place.
Before using Tenvir 300 mg tablets, tell your doctor if you are allergic to Tenofovir, you have other allergies, you have kidney/liver disorders, you have HIV, HBV infection, you have trouble swallowing, or you are already taking other medicines. Your doctor should also be aware of your pregnancy status as this HIV drug may affect your developing baby. Breastfeeding should also take precautions while using the drug. Ask your doctor to get the full list of the medications needed to be avoided while taking medicine as they may interfere it and can worsen the situation. Your doctor is fully aware of the drugs to be avoided.
Things to remember:
Chances of spreading HIV will remain the same through unprotected sex, infected razors, needles or toothbrush. Hence, avoid these activities and things. Never start a new medication without consulting your doctor first.
Inform you, doctor, right away if you get symptoms of lactic acidosis like muscle pain/weakness, Diarrhea, high blood sugar levels, increase in bleeding ( in people with Haemophilia), fat gain or loss, unexplained weight loss, seizures, headache, joint pain, vision changes, skin rashes, hives, itching, and tiredness. In such cases, you must go for immediate medical help. Do not get alarmed by the list. You may /may not experience all of them. Tell your doctor immediately in the above situations.