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Access Pak for HIV PEP Basic

Generic name: emtricitabine and tenofovir [ EM-try-SYE-ta-been-and-ten-OF-oh-vir-]

Brand names: Decory, Decory Blister Pack, Truvada, AccessPak for HIV PEP

Basic Drug class: Antiviral combinations

What is AccessPak for HIV PEP Basic?

Access Pak and HIV PEP Essential is a class of antiviral medications that stop the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) from multiplying within your body. Access Pak HIV PEP Basic can be described as a medicine combination that is used in treating HIV, a virus that causes acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). Access Pak to treat HIV PEP Basic isn't an effective treatment for HIV or AIDS however it is an option in the treatment


HIV in children and adults who are 12 years old, and weigh 17 kg or more.

Access Pak to treat HIV

PEP Basic is utilized in children weighing between 55 to 75 pounds (25 to 35 kgs) and who are taking several other HIV medications.

Truvada Prep is a combination of safer sexual practices to lower the chance of contracting HIV. The patient must not be HIV positive as well and an adult to take Truvada Prep to achieve this goal. Access Pak to treat HIV PEP Basic can be used for reasons that are not mentioned in this medication guide.


Do not use this medicine in combination with other medications which contain emtricitabine, Tenofovir lamivudine, adefovir, or lame. Truvada Prep can lower the chance of becoming infected by HIV for adults with HIV negative. Access Pak HIV PEP Basic on its own does not shield against infection by HIV. Also, you must use safe sexual practices and be tested to detect HIV at least once every 3 months. It is possible to be diagnosed with the condition known as lactic acidosis. It is a serious buildup of the acid lactic within your blood. Consult your physician or seek emergency medical attention in the event of strange muscle pains, difficulty breathing or stomach pain, dizziness as well as feeling tired or weak. If you've suffered from the virus B it could be active or worsen when you stop accessing access Pak to treat HIV PEP Basic. It's possible to require frequent tests to determine the liver's function for many months.

Before You Take This Drug

It is not recommended to use this medication if you are sensitive to emtricitabine or tenofovir. Do not take this medicine if you are also taking other medications that contain emtricitabine lamivudine or adefovir (such as Atripla, Combivir, Complera, Descovy, Dutrebis, Emtriva, Epivir, Epzicom, Genvoya, Hepsera, Odefsey, Stribild, Triumeq, Trizivir, or Viread). If you are taking Truvada PrEP to lower the risk of HIV infection, you must pass a negative HIV test right away before beginning the drug. Do not use Truvada PrEP to decrease the risk of contracting infection If you're HIV-positive and were exposed to HIV in the last month or had any of the symptoms (such as symptoms like sore throat, fever, night sweats, swollen glands, diarrhea, or body discomforts).

  • Liver disorder (you might be examined for hepatitis B before you can use this medication);


    Osteopenia (low bone mineral density)


    Kidney disease.

It is possible to be diagnosed with the condition known as lactic acidosis. It's an extremely dangerous accumulation of lactic acid within your blood. It is more likely if you suffer from any other medical condition if you've been taking HIV medication for a prolonged period, or are a female. Consult your physician regarding your risks.

Inform your doctor if you are expecting a baby, and take the correct medications to manage your infection. HIV can be transmitted to your baby if the virus is not executed during pregnancy. Your name might be recorded on a registry to monitor any adverse effects of antiviral medications on your baby. Women who have HIV or AIDS shouldn't give birth to a baby. Even if your child is born with no HIV the virus may be passed on to the child through breast milk.

How to take AccessPak for HIV PEP Basic?

Follow the instructions on your prescription label, and review all medication guides and instructions. Follow the medication exactly as prescribed. Access Pak is a medication that you can take to treat HIV PEP Basic with or without food. Utilize all HIV medications according to the directions and carefully read the drug guides you are given. Don't alter your dose or schedule of dosing without a physician's guidance. Everyone suffering from HIV must remain under the supervision of a physician. You'll need regular medical tests to assess the function of your liver and kidneys as well as your calcium mineral levels. Truvada Prep by itself will not help you avoid infection with HIV. It is also recommended to use safe sexual practices and be tested for HIV at least once every 3 months. Place the container back in its original place at room temperature, and away from heat and moisture. The bottle should be kept tightly shut when not being used. If you've had any experience with Hepatitis B the virus could become active or worse within the next few months following you stop taking the access Pak PEP for HIV Basic. You could require regular liver function tests when taking this medication and for a few months following the last dose.

What Happens If I Miss a Dose?

You should take the dose you missed whenever you remember. Inadequate doses can increase the likelihood of your virus developing resistance to antiviral medication. Make sure you don't take a dose that you aren't supposed to. Make sure you refill your prescription before the expiration date of your medication completely.

What Happens If I Overdose?

Get medical attention in an emergency or contact toll-free the Poison Help line at 1-800-222-1222.

What Should be Avoided?

Utilizing access Pak for HIV PEP Basic won't keep your infection from spreading. Don't engage in sexual activity that is not protected or share toothbrushes and razors. Consult your doctor regarding safe methods to avoid HIV transmission in sex. Sharing needles for medicine or drugs is never safe for a healthy individual.

Side Effects Accesspak for HIV PEP Basic

See a doctor immediately. Get medical attention if you notice symptoms that indicate an allergic reaction, such as symptoms of hives; difficulty breathing, or swelling of your lips, tongue, throat, or face.

Mild Effects

Mild signs of lactic acidosis can get worse in time and the condition may be fatal. Contact a medical professional immediately when you experience unusual muscle pain and breathing difficulties or stomach pains, vomiting, irregular heart rate nausea and experiencing cold, or feeling extremely tired or weak. Access to HIV PEP Basic may cause severe adverse reactions. Contact your doctor immediately in case you are suffering from: symptoms of the new HIV signs of HIV infection: fever, night sweats fatigue and joint or muscle discomfort, sore throat, vomiting diarrhea, rash swelling lymph nodes in the neck and groin area; Bone pain that is sudden or unexpected; kidney issues - no or little urine output, swelling of your ankles or feet being tired or sluggish and liver issues liver problems - nausea swelling in your midsection nausea, stomach pain in the upper part of your abdomen, and a loss of appetite. dark urine, stools that are clay-colored, and jaundice (yellowing of your eyes or skin). Access Pak HIV PEP Basic affects your immune system and can cause some side effects (even months or weeks after you've used this medicine). Inform your doctor whether you suffer from: indications of a new infection - fever sweats and swollen glands cold sores and cough wheezing, diarrhea weight loss difficulty swallowing or speaking issues with balance or eye movement, and prickly or weak feelings problems swallowing or speaking; swelling in your throat or neck (enlarged thyroid) menstrual cycles, impotence.

Adverse Side Effects

In addition to its beneficial effects, emtricitabine/tenofovir could cause undesirable negative effects. Although not all negative effects are likely to occur, if they do happen, they might require medical treatment. Talk to your doctor immediately for any of these adverse reactions occur when you take emtricitabine or tenofovir:


    Blisters on the skin


    Body aches or pains







    reathing difficulties






    Voice loss

Tenderness or pain around the cheekbones, eyes, and the cheeks.Rashes with flat lesions or small visible lesions that are raised on the skin.

Interaction with Other Drugs

It is sometimes not safe to take certain medications in conjunction. Certain drugs may affect the blood levels of other medicines that you are taking. This could cause more side effects or make the drugs less effective. Access to Pak to HIV PEP Basic could affect your kidneys, specifically if you take other medications for cancer, infections osteoporosis, the rejection of organs for transplant, digestive problems, and other medications can affect access to Pak to HIV PEP Basic, including prescription and non-prescription medicines, vitamins, and herbal products. Inform your doctor about your current drugs and any medication you begin or stop taking.






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