Viraday 300/200/600mg

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  • SKU: ROP 678

Pack Size Qty Price Unit Price  
30 Capsule/s
$94.50 $3.15
60 Capsule/s
$189.00 $3.15
90 Capsule/s
$283.50 $3.15
  • Generic Name : Tenofovir+Emtrictabine+Efavirenz
  • Brand Name : Atripla
  • Manufacturer Name : Cipla Ltd.
  • Delivery Days : 10 To 12 Working Days
  • Presentation : Bottle/s Packing (Blisters)

Viraday tablet is a combination of antiretroviral medicines, including emtricitabine, tenofovir disoproxil fumarate, and efavirenz. This medication is prescribed to treat HIV infection and boost your immunity to fight against HIV and treat AIDS effectively.

HIV is a virus that attacks the immune cells of the body, which are responsible for decreasing immunity. The virus of HIV spreads through body fluids like vaginal fluid, semen as well as blood. Some of the symptoms of HIV include night sweats, fever, chills, tiredness, sore throat, and muscle aches that last for a few weeks. You can order this medicine easily from a licensed online pharmacy after getting a prescription from the doctor.

Remember, this medicine is not a cure for AIDS or HIV, as it only helps in decreasing the amount of HIV in the body. As a result, your risk of getting HIV-related complications is reduced, and your lifespan is improved.

How do Viraday Tablets work?

Viraday tablets contain emtricitabine, tenofovir disoproxil fumarate and efavirenz. Efavirenz is a non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor, while emtricitabine and tenofovir are nucleotide reverse transcriptase inhibitors.

This medication works by hindering the reverse transcriptase enzyme production that the HIV-infected cells need to make new viruses. As a result, the effect aids in preventing viral replication.

How to use Viraday Tablets?

Read the patient information leaflet carefully before starting your treatment with Viraday tablets. The doctor might prescribe you Viraday tablets in combination with other HIV medications.

Your doctor will also prescribe you the best medicines for you and decide the doses that you require. You must follow the instructions for all the medications sensibly that you are provided.

The doctor will recommend this medicine with or without the food without crushing or breaking the tablet. Intake of these drugs regularly at the right time can increase their effectiveness and decrease the chances of HIV becoming resistant.

Make sure you do not miss doses of this medicine and keep taking them unless the doctor tells you to stop.

Precautions and warnings

Considering a few precautions and warnings beforehand can help you attain the maximum benefits of Viraday tablets.

Do not take Viraday if you are allergic to it, its active ingredients, or other ingredients present in it.

Inform the doctor well in advance about your medical history and other prescription, non-prescription, and herbal supplements you take.

This will help the doctor to recommend this medication accordingly so that maximum benefits can be attained.

The Viraday tablet is not recommended for use by adolescents and children below the age of 18.

It must not be used with caution in breastfeeding & pregnant women as well as older adults.

Side Effects

Many people using this medicine do not suffer from any kind of severe side effects.

However, mild side effects like headache, dizziness, and nausea disappear as your body adjusts to this medicine.

Call the doctor immediately if any of your side effects persist or become worse with time.

Interactions 

All medicines interact differently from person to person. Before starting this medication, you must check all possible interactions with the doctor. 

Drug interactions can alter the working mechanism of Viraday tablets and sometimes increase the risk of severe side effects. 

Without a doctor's recommendation, do not start, stop, or change the dosage of any medicines. 

To avoid drug interactions, you must not take Viraday with the following medicines:

  • Azithromycin
  • Citalopram
  • Fluconazole
  • Ciprofloxacin
  • Amiodarone

Storage = Store this medicine at room temperature, away from direct sunlight and moisture. 

Frequently asked questions about Viraday (FAQs)

What is the best time to take the Viraday tablet? 

Viraday tablet must be taken on an empty stomach just 1 hour before or 2 hours after having your meal, usually at bedtime. 

This medicine can also make you suffer from dizziness or drowsiness; be careful. 

In which conditions must you avoid taking the Viraday tablet? 

Viraday tablets must not be given to patients suffering from severe liver disorders, kidney diseases, and heart conditions like prolongation of QT interval, which increases the risk of experiencing severe heart rhythm problems, low electrolyte levels, and a family history of heart disorders.  

Does the Viraday tablet cure HIV infection? 

Viraday tablets do not cure HIV infection. It helps to control disease and prevent the problem of opportunistic infections. 

Is it safe to use a Viraday table during pregnancy? 

This medicine is unsafe for use during pregnancy because it can harm your developing fetus. 

If you are pregnant, consult your doctor. 

What if you miss a dose of Viraday? 

Take the missed dose of Viraday as soon as you remember. Skip the missed dose if it's already time for your next scheduled dose. 

Do not take extra medication just to make up for missed doses of the Viraday tablet.

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