Dinex EC 250 mg belongs to the group of drugs called antiretrovirals. It is used for treating HIV (human immunodeficiency), the virus which can cause AIDS. It controls HIV infection to improve your immune system.
Dinex EC 250 mg is not a cure or treatment for HIV aids, but it can help to reduce the amount of HIV within your body. It helps reduce your risk of HIV-related complications and increases your life expectancy. This drug is often prescribed with other HIV medications. Your doctor will determine the dosage and recommend the best medicine for you.
You must carefully follow the instructions that come with all medicines. You can take it with or without food. All these medications should take regularly and at the correct times to increase their effectiveness. This will also reduce the likelihood of HIV developing resistance. You should not miss any doses, and continue to take them until your doctor says it’s safe to stop.
This medicine can cause nausea, stomach pains, fatigue, diarrhea, and rash. They are not usually serious, but you should tell your doctor about them if they persist or bother you. Some people may have a reaction to the skin or experience liver damage. During the first phase of treatment, your doctor will monitor you closely for any adverse reactions.
Dinex EC 250 mg Side Effects
Most side effects are not serious and will disappear once your body gets used to the medication. If they persist, or you are concerned about them, consult your doctor.
Dinex EC side effects
- Pancreatic inflammation
- Elevated serum glutamic-oxaloacetic Transaminase
- Elevated serum glutamic-pyruvic transaminase
- Increased lipase levels in the blood
How To Use The Dinex EC 250 mg
You should take this medication according to the instructions of your doctor. Dinex EC 250 mg is best take on an empty stomach.
How Dinex EC 250 mg Works
Dinex EC 250 mg is an antiviral medicine. It stops the virus from multiplying in human cells. It stops the virus from producing more viruses and eliminates your infection.