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Indinavir is used to treat HIV infection.

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in stock
Product #:
000731
Active ingredient:
Indinavir Sulfate
Available Dosage:
400 mg;
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No, when purchased online
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Indinavir 400 mg Price

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30 pills x 400 mg $ 159.99 $ 5.33
60 pills x 400 mg
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The drug is prescribed under a number of different brands. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently approved Indinavir for treatment of HIV infection. The approval was based on data collected from more than 10,000 people who were treated with two doses of the drug in the past year. It's a new drug. Indinavir is different from the HIV protease inhibitors known as protease inhibitors. These drugs work by breaking down the HIV protein, called gp120, into smaller pieces. The drug has been used for about 15 years to treat the disease and has been shown effective in people with the virus. Indinavir is available over-the-counter (OTC) for the treatment of HIV infection and as a prescription drug with other drugs in the United States. How does it work? A protein called HIV protease has been known to be a target for drug companies to fight off drug companies. When this protein builds up in an infected cell, the drug can't get rid of the virus. The drug then builds up more proteins and can't destroy all of it. But when the protein starts to build up in HIV and it becomes a virus Indinavir was approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 2004 for the treatment of HIV infection in adults, in adults with AIDS, in adults with chronic HIV disease and in adults with chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV). This information is provided solely for informational purposes and not for diagnostic, therapeutic, or preventive purposes. Do not use Indinavir for a serious condition, including but not limited to, heart condition, stroke, liver disease, diabetes, or high blood pressure. Tell your doctor right away if you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant while you are using this medication. What is the most common serious side effect that is related to Indinavir? Cases of serious side effects have increased, but there may be other reasons for this increase. Tell your doctor about all of your current medicines and any you start or stop using. If you have more than 1 serious adverse reaction to Indinavir: Ask your doctor about other medicines you use that contain the protease inhibitor. Tell other people you know about any new drug that contains the protease inhibitor. Tell your doctor about all medicines you have taken for a condition that is related to Indinavir is also used to treat AIDS and other immune system disease conditions. Indinavir may affect the way that your immune system reacts to certain drugs. Some medicines may interact with other drugs to produce the same side effects as when they are used separately. If you take certain medicines on a continuous basis, including for a period of more than 6 months, this may cause you to feel tired, irritable, and even irritable-clonic (severe and prolonged feeling of burning) or ataxia (weakness or weakness). These are called fatigue-related side effects. See also: Dosage Information (in more detail) What happens if my liver or other organs stop working properly? See "What happens if I miss a dose?" What happens if I overdose? See "What happens if I overdose?" What should I avoid while taking vivire? Avoid drinking alcohol. This may cause alcohol poisoning and other effects in some people. Do not drive if you are drinking alcohol. If you have certain liver or kidney problems, talk to your health care provider or pharmacist. How should I handle my rash? Se Indinavir is approved for treatment of HIV in adults who do not have HIV and for treatment in people who have already been infected with HIV. What do the ingredients of Indinavir look like? Indinavir is white powdery powder in a capsule. How is this medicine used? Indinavir is used to help control the virus in the small intestines. When should I get treatment? The recommended treatment for HIV infection is as follows: • If you have not had sex for 6 months (or for the first month after you became infected) or your partner has been infected with HIV. • If you have not had sex for 2 weeks and no other symptoms have been detected in the last 6 months, then: • If you have had HIV for 3 days, you may be eligible to receive a new treatment. If you are not eligible for treatment, call your doctor right away and In patients who take the drug in combination with other medicines (such as zidovudine) or for treatment with a drug that is known to interfere with its effects. It can also be taken in the morning and afternoon and at night. It can cause serious side effects, including: Heart problems. Skin changes. Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea (diarrhea and stomach problems). Flu. Heart failure. Heart and kidney problems. In rare cases, the virus can cause liver failure. How is it different from other medicines? Indinavir is not a prescription medicine. It is a medication that can be taken by itself or as part of a combination of other medicines. In most cases of HIV infection, patients taking this combination have no other medication to take. Indinavir can also be taken in other ways, such as on a schedule that includes taking the medicine every day. The medication must be taken in a prescribed way, such as by mouth or injection, and it is only used when other medicines fail to work well, such as in the case of HIV infection. In most cases, there Indinavir is an inhibitor of a protein called CD4 + T cells. CD4 + T cells are an immune response to HIV that is triggered in response to antiretroviral drugs or when HIV levels drop below a certain threshold. CD4 + T cells have a role in protecting the body against other diseases that may cause the body to become less able to fight infections. How should I use Indinavir? To start taking Indinavir, start by taking it three to four days before you start your next dose of an injectable HIV medicine. Then start taking the medicine every 24 hours, at the same time that you usually would. If you have a blood pressure, heart, kidney or liver problem, call your doctor right away or get medical care right away. Tell your doctor if: you are taking any of the following medications: antiretroviral drugs or other drugs to treat an HIV infection you take any of the following medicines in combination with other HIV medications: other HIV medicine you take any of the following medicines while you are pregnant or while you have had a blood transfusion (blood transfusion is when a blood-producing white cell It can reduce the risk of HIV spreading to people who have other infections, such as hepatitis or hepatitis B. The FDA does not regulate the use of Indinavir in pregnancy. The safety of this medicine is not known in pregnancy. It is not known for women who have sex with men to be at risk of using this drug. Indinavir is used in women in the U. The FDA does not regulate the use of Zovirax or its combination product Zovirax and other drugs used to treat certain types of HIV infection. Indinavir is used to treat certain conditions or conditions that are not curable with other medicines. Indinavir is a prescription medicine. If you are considering a new HIV test, you may be asked to take a drug test. What is HIV/AIDS? HIV/AIDS is an incurable, life-threatening, and incurable sexually transmitted disease that results in a chronic, painful form of immune and inflammatory responses throughout the body. In addition to HIV infection, many people with HIV develop other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs); the disease affects up to 40% of women, and more than 20% of men. What is the treatment for HIV/AIDS? The treatment for HIV/AIDS varies depending on the person and their risk factors. Treatment includes antiviral medicines, including the drugs used to treat hepatitis A, hepatitis B, human papillomavirus (HPV), and syphilis (the virus that is transmitted through sexual contact). The most common form of treatment for HIV/AIDS is antiretroviral therapy (ART), which can be used to prevent the virus infecting an already infected person's cells. ART is usually given within two years of infection. Other common forms of treatment include a combination of HIV medications (called integrative therapies) and an antiretroviral medication called a protease inhibitor. ART and protease inhibitors are often combined when one medicine is not effective for The drugs can reduce HIV's growth and spread. The side effects of using them include fever, sore throat, vomiting, diarrhea and stomach cramps that are often accompanied by severe cramping, diarrhea and vomiting. The drug was approved in 2010 for treatment of HIV infection in people who have sex with men and inject drugs. Indinavir is used to treat HIV infection in some patients who have sex with men and inject drugs. It is an HIV protease inhibitor. It works by slowing the growth of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. If you have AIDS If you are taking HIV protease inhibitor drugs for HIV/AIDS you may be at risk of becoming HIV positive. You should get your healthcare provider's advice about the best way to prevent the spread of HIV. If your healthcare provider prescribes or gives you the prescription for an HIV protease inhibitor to treat HIV (as opposed to a drug that blocks it), you should stop taking it for three months. Tell your care provider about all your current medicines (including vitamins, minerals and supplements), including any you start or use. This medicine is not approved by the FDA to treat the treatment of HIV. Side effects If you are taking this medicine, you may have side effects. These may include: Fatigue or loss of muscle tone (diabetes mellitus); Weight gain or loss; Dry mouth (diarrhea); and Dry or broken teeth that may be difficult or impossible to replace. This medicine may not be appropriate or appropriate for you if your: Age is too young to use the medicine effectively; Heart is functioning well without treatment; Heart rhythm is too slow;
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