Rescriptor Delavirdine Mesylate and/or alternatives
Rescriptor belongs to the category of drugs termed as non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors or NNRTIs. The active ingredient in the medicine is Delavirdine. It is given to the patient in the form of oral tablets.
Indications & Dosage of Rescriptor
Rescriptor is an oral medication used for controlling HIV. Usually, it is given to the patient in combination with other anti-HIV medicines. Rescriptor works by decreasing HIV viral cell count in your body so that your immunity can be boosted. It also reduces your risks of developing complications related to HIV, such as cancer and new infections. Before you buy Rescriptor, you must remember that this drug does not cure HIV, neither does it prevent the spread of the virus to others through blood contamination or sexual contact.
You will be recommended to take two Rescriptor 200mg tablets or four Rescriptor 100mg tablets three times a day. If you have trouble swallowing the tablets, you can dissolve the Rescriptor 100mg tablets in water. In order to do that, add four 100mg tablets in 3 ounces of water. Let it stand for 5 minutes and stir until dispersion occurs uniformly. Consume the solution immediately. Rescriptor 200mg tablets, on the other hand, cannot be dissolved in water. You will have to swallow them whole.
You can take Rescriptor tablets with or without meals. Patients with achlorhydria are advised to take the tablet with acidic beverages, such as orange or cranberry juice.
Side Effects & Interactions of Rescriptor
Some common side effects associated with Rescriptor include:
- Vomiting, bloating, stomach pain, mild nausea
- Constipation, diarrhea
- Mood changes, headache
- Blurred vision
- Stuffy nose, cough
- Joint or muscle pain
- Unusual dreams, insomnia, sleep problems
- Tiredness, difficulty concentrating
- Changes in location or shape of body fat, especially in the arms, face, legs, breasts, waist or neck
Seek immediate medical help if you have throat soreness, headache, fever with severe peeling, blistering or red skin rash. Also inform your doctor at once if you suffer from unusual weakness, easy bruising or bleeding, fever, flu symptoms, body aches, chills, or signs of a new infection.
Some of the drugs that may interact with Rescriptor include cholesterol medicines (e.g. zocor or lipitor), antibiotics (e.g. clarithromycin or rifampin), blood thinners (e.g. warfarin), blood pressure or heart medications (e.g. diltiazem or verapamil), heart rhythm medicines (e.g. amiodarone or quinidine), sedatives (e.g. estazolam or quazepam), anti-seizure drugs (e.g. phenytoin or carbamazepine), stomach medications (e.g. prilosec or tagamet), steroids (e.g. dexamethasone or fluticasone) or other HIV drugs (e.g. indinavir, ritonavir, saquinavir or nelfinavir)
Warnings & Precautions of Rescriptor
Before you buy Rescriptor, inform your doctor if you are suffering from a liver disease, low stomach acid production, high cholesterol, or high triglycerides.
Women are advised not to breastfeed their child if they have HIV or AIDS. Even if the baby is born without HIV, the virus may pass on to him or her through the mother’s breast milk. Pregnant women can also pass the virus to their unborn child if they are not treated properly during pregnancy. Therefore, inform your doctor beforehand if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
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