Lopimune does not cure HIV, but it can delay the progression to a chronic and potentially life-threatening disease known as acquired immune deficiency syndrome, or AIDS, along with other HIV-related diseases. This medication works by stopping the virus from reproducing. Lopimune Tablet can cause nausea, vomiting and stomach pain.
It may also increase cholesterol levels. Consult your physician if you experience these side effects for an extended period of time or if they worsen. This medicine should not be taken if you have an allergy to it. Lopimune tablet can be taken either with or without food. Follow the dosage and duration recommended by your doctor.
Take the prescribed dose only. Taking more can increase your risk of experiencing side effects. To maintain a constant level of the medicine in your blood, take it at the same time every day. Do not stop taking this medication without consulting with your doctor. It could worsen your condition. Lopimune may not suit everyone.
Children under two years old should not use it. Tell your doctor if any of these conditions exist. Inform your doctor of all medications you are taking to avoid unwanted effects.
Lopimune Tablets should not use during pregnancy. If you are nursing, consult your doctor. Breastfeeding is not recommended if you are HIV positive. The Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), which can be transmitted to your baby via breastmilk, may cause the HIV to spread.
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HIV is cause by the virus human immunodeficiency (HIV). The virus attacks your immune system and reduces your body’s ability to fight disease. The virus can spread through blood, vaginal fluid, or semen.
The symptoms are fatigue, weight gain, fever, night sweats and recurrent infection. Lopimune Tablets are use to treat HIV infection.
Lopimune Tablet should take as soon as possible after you forget. Skip the missed dose if it’s time for your next dosage. Do not double the dose to compensate for a missed dose.
Do not exceed the recommended dose. In case of overdose, contact your doctor.