Abamune Tablet

Abamune Tablet

Prescription Required
strip of 30 tablets
Manufacturer : Cipla Ltd
Composition Name: Vitamin C (500mg) + Zinc Sulphate (8mg)





Introduction to Abamune Tablet

Abamune Tablet does not cure HIV or AIDS but it helps to reduce the amount of HIV in your body This lowers the risk of HIVrelated complications and improves your lifespan It is usually prescribed alongside other HIV medicines as recommended by your doctor Make sure to follow the instructions for all the medicines you are given and take them regularly at the right times This increases their effectiveness and reduces the chances of HIV becoming resistant to them It is important not to miss doses and to continue taking them until your doctor tells you its safe to stop Common side effects of Abamune Tablet include headache nausea vomiting stomach pain fatigue diarrhea and rash These side effects are usually not serious but its important to inform your doctor if they bother you or persist In rare cases some people may experience a skin reaction or liver damage Your doctor will closely monitor you for these potential adverse effects especially during the initial stage of the treatment Before taking this medication inform your doctor if you have any preexisting skin problems or liver or kidney disease Regular blood tests may be required to monitor your blood counts and liver function while using Abamune Tablet It is advisable to avoid drinking alcohol as it may increase the risk of liver damage Pregnant or breastfeeding mothers should consult their doctor before using this medicine Additionally if you are HIV positive it is important to avoid unprotected sex and sharing personal items like razors or toothbrushes Speak to your doctor about safe methods such as using condoms to prevent HIV transmission during sexual activity

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