Tentide EM Tablet

Tentide EM Tablet

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Introduction to

The Tentide EM Tablet is not a cure for HIVAIDS but it can help reduce the amount of HIV in your body This lowers the risk of experiencing HIVrelated complications and improves your overall lifespan In some cases this medication may also be prescribed to prevent HIV infection in individuals who are at high risk It can be taken alone or in combination with other HIV medicines as determined by your doctor Make sure to carefully follow the instructions provided for all the medicines you are given Taking this medication with food is recommended for best results Consistently taking the prescribed medicines at the correct time greatly increases their effectiveness and reduces the likelihood of HIV becoming resistant to them It is crucial not to miss any doses and to continue taking them until your doctor advises it is safe to stop Common side effects of this medication may include nausea diarrhea headache trouble sleeping rash and dizziness These side effects are usually not serious but it is important to inform your doctor if they persist or bother you Prolonged use of the medication may also increase the risk of bone loss osteoporosis It is advisable to exercise regularly and take calcium and vitamin D supplements as recommended by your doctor Some individuals may experience weight gain while taking HIVAIDS medications Before taking Tentide EM Tablet inform your doctor if you have any liver or kidney disease or if you have any bone problems Regular blood tests may be necessary to monitor your blood counts liver function and kidney function while using this medication Due to the potential for dizziness or sleepiness refrain from driving if you experience these symptoms If you are pregnant or breastfeeding consult your doctor before using this medication It is important to practice safe methods like using condoms to prevent HIV transmission during sex and to avoid sharing personal items such as razors or toothbrushes if you are HIV positive Discuss with your doctor the most appropriate ways to prevent HIV transmission