Tenof 300mg Tablet 30s

Tenof 300mg Tablet 30s

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Tenof Tablet is not a cure for HIVAIDS but it can help reduce the amount of HIV in your body This lowers the risk of HIVrelated complications and improves your lifespan In some cases it may also be used to prevent HIV infection in individuals at high risk For best results this medication should be taken with food and in combination with other antiHIV medicines Taking these medicines consistently and at the right time greatly increases their effectiveness and reduces the likelihood of HIV developing resistance to them It is important to adhere to the prescribed dosage schedule and continue taking the medication until your doctor advises you to stop Common side effects of Tenof Tablet include nausea vomiting diarrhea flatulence trouble sleeping headache and rash These side effects are usually not severe but if they persist or bother you it is important to inform your doctor Prolonged use of this medication can also increase the risk of bone loss osteoporosis To mitigate this risk regular exercise and calcium and vitamin D supplements may be recommended by your doctor Before taking Tenof Tablet it is important to inform your doctor if you have any liver or kidney disease as well as any preexisting bone problems During the course of treatment regular blood tests may be required to monitor your blood counts liver function and kidney function Due to the potential side effects of dizziness or sleepiness it is advisable not to drive until you understand how this medication affects you Pregnant or breastfeeding women should consult their doctor before using this medication If you are HIV positive it is crucial to avoid unprotected sex and sharing personal items like razors or toothbrushes Talk to your doctor about safe practices such as using condoms to prevent HIV transmission during sexual activity