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Generic Viread is an antiviral drug, used for the prevention of HIV and hepatitis B virus cells from replicating in your blood.
Generic Viread is used for the treatment of HIV, which may lead to AIDS. Tenofovir can’t cure HIV/AIDS completely. This drug is also intended for the treatment of chronic hepatitis B.
The patients co-infected with HBV/HIV must treat both viruses at the same time. Another HIV drug—Epivir—can fight both HBV and HIV, and is the perfect option for the therapy. If you suffer from HBV and HIV, and has to shift from any Viread-containing treatments, there is a danger of an HBV flare-up with symptoms of acute HBV infection. For patients with HBV/HCV co-infection, or those at risk of HBV relapse during HCV DAA treatment, Generic Viread is one of the drugs that can be used to avert it.
The common dose of Generic Viread is one pill a day. However, if you suffer from kidney disorders, your physician may tell you to reduce the frequency of use of this drug. Pharmaceutical form and dosage depend on the patient’s age, weight, renal function and your ability to swallow the pills. Always stick to the doctor’s prescriptions.
Try to take the pills at the same time every day. If you missed the dose, you can take it with meal up to twelve hours later than you should have. But if it’s been more than 12 hours, you shouldn’t take the missed dose; just take the next one at your normal time. Avoid taking a double dose to compensate for a skipped dose.
If you throw up within 60 minutes of taking the pill, you should take another dose with meal. If you throw up more than 1 hour after taking the pill, don’t take another dosage; simply take your next dosage at your usual time.
Seek immediate medical help if you notice any of the following symptoms of an allergic response: rash; breathing problems; face swelling.
The drug Generic Viread can cause the disease called lactic acidosis (an accumulation of lactic acid in the bloodstream, which can be deadly). This disease can start slowly and worsen with time. Seek immediate medical assistance if you notice even the smallest symptoms of lactic acidosis, for example: pain in the muscles or fatigue, numbness or cold limbs, breathing difficulty, stomachache, sickness and vomiting, irregular heartbeat, vertigo, extreme weakness or tiredness.
Patients using antiretroviral drugs can put on weight and experience high blood sugar/fat level. Nevertheless, these changes are partially related to the strengthened control over your infection and your lifestyle. Your physician may need to control your blood cholesterol and glucose level and prescribe extra drugs for any lipid disorders that happen during the therapy with Generic Viread.