What Is Duovir 150 mg/300 mg?
Duovir 150 mg/300 mg is a nucleoside analog. It is combined with other medications in order to treat HIV. It works by interfering with HIV infection growth.
You may experience side effects such as nausea and joint pain. Other possible effects include dizziness, headaches, dizziness with swelling in the mouth, decreased appetite, weakness, darkening urine, numbness, or mental/mood disorders. Your symptoms may worsen or persist over time. Seek immediate medical attention if they continue to occur.
How Do You Work?
Duovir Ep Tablets 150 mg/300 mg are a type of HIV nucleoside RT inhibitors (NRTIs), which block the HIV enzyme reverse transcriptase. It is effective against HIV 1 and HIV 2 in addition to hepatitis B virus (HBV), where DNA synthesis is stopped. Duovir EP 150 Mg/300 mg Tablet is often used in conjunction with other drugs for the treatment of these diseases.
Side Effects Of Duovir 150 mg/300 mg
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.
Duovir side effects include:
- Insomnia is a sleep disorder that causes difficulty sleeping.
- Joint pain
- Hair loss
- Gastrointestinal disturbance
- Muscle disorders
- General discomfort
- Loss of appetite
- Reduced appetite
- Abdominal pain
- A cramp in the abdomen
How To Use
Dosage and duration should take as prescribed by your doctor. It should swallow whole. It is not to chew, crushed, or broken. Duovir tablets can take either with or without food. It is best to take the medication at a set time.