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AccessPak to HIV for PEP Expanded With the Viracept

Generical name: emtricitabine, the nelfinavir and the tenofovir ([em-trye-sye-sye]: em-trye sye-ta-been, ne 10-OF-oh vir [ em-trye-sye-sye-been

Drug Class: Antiviral combinations

What Exactly is AccessPak to Treat HIV-related PEP Expanded and Viracept?

AccessPak to HIV PEP expanded and Viacept is an antiviral medication that stops the human immune deficiency virus (HIV) from causing a spread in your body.

AccessPak to treat HIV PEP expanded with Viacept a combination medicine that treats HIV, a virus that can trigger acquired immune deficiency syndrome ( AIDS). AccessPak to treat HIV PEP Expanded containing Viacept is not an effective treatment of HIV and AIDS.

The medicine can also be combined with safer practices for sexual sex to lower the chance of contracting HIV. You must be HIV-free and a legal adult to use the drug to achieve this goal. AccessPak for HIV Expanded with Viracept is not guaranteed to provide the same protection against illness for everyone.

AccessPak to HIV PEP Expanded Viracept is also available for other purposes that are not covered in this guideline.


It is not recommended to take this medicine if you suffer from serious kidney or liver disease. Do not combine this medicine with other medications that contain emtricitabine tenofovir or lamivudine. The medicine is often utilized to lower the risk of contracting HIV. It is necessary to be HIV-negative to take AccessPak for HIV PEP expanded with Viacept for this reason.

Discuss with your doctor all your medications as well as any new medications you decide to start or stop taking. A variety of drugs interact and some medications should not be combined.

Before Taking This Drug

It is not recommended to take this medication if are sensitive to emtricitabine, nelfinavir, and tenofovir or suffer from severe kidney or liver disease.

Do not also take other medicines that contain emtricitabine, lamivudine, or tenofovir (Atripla, Complera, Emtriva, Odefsey, Stribild, Triumeq, Viread, and others).

Do not take this medication to lower the risk of infection If you're HIV-positive, if you were exposed to HIV in the last month, or had any signs (such as fever cough, sore throat night sweats, diarrhea, swelling of the glands, and body discomforts).

If you choose to take AccessPak HIV PEP expanded with Viracept to lower your chance of HIV infection It is essential to have a positive HIV test right away before you begin taking the medication. An HIV test is also required every three months throughout treatment.

  • Dihydroergotamine, ergotamine, ergonovine, or methylergonovine;

  • Amiodarone and quinidine; or

  • Oral midazolam, or triazolam.

  • Inform your doctor if you have ever suffered from:

  • A blood-clotting or bleeding disorder, such as hemophilia;

  • kidney or liver disease;

  • Hepatitis B disease.

It is possible to be diagnosed with the condition known as lactic acidosis. It's which is a risky buildup of acid within your blood. This is likely if you suffer from other medical issues if you've been taking HIV medication for a prolonged period, or are a female. Talk to your doctor about the risks.

Speak to your physician if you are expecting a baby, and take the correct medications to manage your infection. HIV could be transmitted to your child if the virus is not managed during pregnancy. Your name could be included on a registry that tracks any adverse effects of antiviral medications on the infant.

Women who have HIV or AIDS are not allowed to feed their babies. Even if your child is born with no HIV the virus may be transmitted to your baby through breast milk.

How to Take AccessPak for HIV PEP Expanded with Viracept?

Follow the directions on the label of your prescription and also read the medication guides or instructions sheets. 

Utilize all HIV medication as directed. Also, review all the medication instructions you are given. Don't alter your dosage or stop taking medication without consulting your physician. Everyone suffering from HIV must remain under the supervision of a medical professional.

Keep the tablets at room temperature, far from heat and moisture. Place the tablets in the original container together with the package or canister of preservative that absorbs moisture.

If you suffer from Hepatitis B you could experience symptoms in your liver when you stop using this medication. Your physician may examine the liver's function for several months following the time you have stopped taking this medication.

What Happens If I Miss The Dose?

You must take the medication as fast as you can. But, do not take any missed doses if it's close to the period of the next dose. Don't income two doses at a time.

What Happens If I Overdose?

For medical emergencies, seek emergency medical attention or contact toll-free the Poison Help line at 1-800-222-1222.

What Should be Avoided?

This medicine might not stop your illness from spreading. Don't engage in sexual activity that is not protected or share toothbrushes, razors, or razors. Consult your doctor about ways to protect yourself from HIV transmission in sex. Sharing needles for medicine or drugs is never a good idea even for a healthy individual.

Side Effects AccessPak for HIV PEP Expanded with Viracept

Contact a medical professional immediately Get medical attention immediately if you notice symptoms warning signs of an allergic response such as symptoms of hives; difficulty breathing or swelling of your lips, face, or tongue.

Mild Effects

The symptoms of mild lactic acidosis could get worse in time and may cause death. Contact a medical professional immediately when you experience unusual muscular pain and breathing difficulties or stomach pains, vomiting, rapid or irregular heartbeats, or dizziness. You may also feel cold extremely fatigued or weak.

AccessPak for HIV PEP expanded with Viracept could result in serious adverse effects. Contact your doctor immediately in case you are suffering from:

kidney issues: little or no urine, pain or difficulty with urine, swelling of your ankles or feet being exhausted or short of breath or

liver issuesliver issues - nausea swelling in your midsection, abdominal pain, hunger, fatigue dark urine, stool with a clay color, jaundice (yellowing of the eyes or skin).

The medicine affects your immune system and could cause certain adverse reactions (even months or weeks after taking this medication). 

symptoms of a new infection: fever night sweats, swelling glands cold sores cough wheezing, diarrhea weight lossdifficulty swallowing or speaking difficulties with balance, eyesight movement; weakness, or sensation;swelling in your throat or neck (enlarged thyroid) menstrual cycles, impotence.

Adverse Side Effects

Common adverse consequences of AccessPak to treat HIV-related PEP Expanded with Viracept can include:

  • Stomach pain;

  • Headache dizziness, headache, feeling tired, or depression;

  • Sleep problems (insomnia), strange dreams;

  • Rash;

  • Weight loss

modifications in the form or position of your body fat (especially the arms legs, face breasts, neck, and waist).

If you take doanosine to treat a rash, you should take it one hour prior or 2 hours after taking the AccessPak to treat HIV the Viracept.

Interaction With Other Drugs

Antiviral medicine for treating the hepatitis C--ledipasvir, sofosbuvir and velpatasvir.

other HIV medications--atazanavir, darunavir, didanosine, lopinavir, ritonavir; orCertain arthritis or pain medications, such as aspirin, Tylenol, Advil, and Aleve.

This list isn't complete and other drugs could interfere with AccessPak for HIV PEP Expanded using Viracept. This includes prescription and over-the-counter drugs, vitamins, and herbal supplements. The interactions of all drugs are listed here.



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