Retrovir No Prescription
Retrovir is prescribed to sufferers of AIDS.
The average Retrovir overdose symptoms include:
- The following vomiting;
Retrovir Side Effects
Retrovir's severe side effects are:
- Easy bleeding and / or bruising;
- Fever body aches chills flu symptoms or;
- Lactic acidosis;
- Liver disorders;
- Pale skin;
- Peripheral neuropathy;
- Sores and / or white patches on your lips or inside your mouth;
- Unusual weakness;
Retrovir's common side effects are:
- Joint and / or muscle pain;
- Mild vomiting;
- Skin rash;
- Sleep problems;
- Stomach pain;
- Unusual dreams;
Retrovir Drug Reactions
Retrovir harmfully interacts with:
- Ritonavir (Norvir);
- Probenecid (Benemid);
- Phenytoin (Dilantin);
- Nelfinavir (Viracept);
- Methadone (Dolophine Methadose);
- Interferon-alfa (Intron Roferon Rebetron);
- Ganciclovir (Cytovene);
- Fluconazole (Diflucan);
- Doxorubicin (Adriamycin);
- Atovaquone (Mepron);
In some countries Retrovir may also be known as:
The usual starting dose for children 6 weeks to 12 years of age is determined by body size. While the dose should not exceed 200 mg every 8 hours, it must still be individually determined. Retrovir is given along with other HIV medications.
All dosages of Retrovir must be very closely monitored by your physician. The following dosages are general; your physician will tailor the dose to your specific condition.
Tablets, Capsules, Syrup
If you are pregnant, the usual dosage is 100 mg in capsules, tablets, or syrup 5 times a day, beginning at 14 weeks of pregnancy, until you go into labor. You will then be given Retrovir intravenously until the baby is born. The baby will get Retrovir every 6 hours until it is 6 weeks old.
The usual dose of Retrovir, in combination with other HIV drugs, is 600 mg a day, divided into smaller doses.