What Is Tafero EM 200 mg/25 mg?
Tafero EM 200 mg/25 mg is a mixture of Tenofovir, alafenamide, and Emtricitabine which belong to the class of medications known as Antiretroviral medications. It is utilized by teens and adults in addition to other medicines for treating human immunodeficiency 1 infection.
It is also employed to decrease the likelihood of developing HIV infection for adolescent and adult males who have a sexual relationship with men. HIV affects the immune system and can weaken your defense against many diseases that strong immune systems are able to fight.
Since the virus damages and reduces the functionality of immune cells. Infected patients gradually lose their immune function and progress to the highest stage of HIV disease, known as Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS). It could associate with symptoms of other infections such as fever, throat pain, extreme fatigue and muscle pain, weight loss, and so on.
Uses Of Tafero EM 200 mg/25 mg
- Treats the human immunodeficiency 1 (HIV-1) disease.
- Reduces the chance of contracting HIV infection (in males of adolescence and adulthood who are sexually active)
How The Tafero EM 200 mg/25 mg ?
Tafero EM 200 mg/25 mg aids in the control of HIV infection. Tenofovir alafenamide is then phosphorylated to the pharmacologically active compound tenofovir diphosphate. Emtricitabine also gets activate by cell enzymes to triphosphate of emtricitabine. The metabolites block HIV replication by incorporating it into the viral DNA of HIV reverse transcriptase in this results in the termination of the DNA chain.
Instructions For Use
Take Tafero EM 200 mg/25 mg as directed by your doctor and drink the medicine with an ice cube. Don’t crush or chew the medication. Your doctor will determine the right dosage and time for you based on your body weight, age, and the severity of your illness.
Side Effects Of Tafero EM 200 mg/25 mg
- Nausea, vomiting
- Abnormal dreams
- Headache, dizziness
- Stomach pain
- Extreme tiredness
- Insomnia, digestive issues that cause pain after eating
- A bump of the face tongue, lips, or the throat
- Joint pain