Atripla is an antiviral medicine. It is a combination drug containing efavirenz, emtricitabine and tenofovir. The three enable the drug to fight HIV and prevent it from replicating in your body cells. The three ingredients that make up this drug are all antiviral medications. They prevent HIV from causing AIDs. It doesn’t remove HIV or cure AIDs for good. Atripla should be used by adults and kids who are at least 12 years old and weigh 40kg or more.
How to use
If you are an adult, take one Atripla tablet per day. It can work as a sole regimen or used with other HIV drugs. When being used for non-occupational exposures to HIV, then take one tablet per day for 28 days. As for occupational exposure, take one tablet daily for 28 days. For pediatric use, a child who is 12 years old or older and weighs 40kg or over should take one tablet orally one time per day.
Atripla can be taken without food and with a glass of water. Frequent medical test might be needed too. However, when doing a drug-screening urine test, let the technician know that you are taking Atripla. Note that this virus can reawaken your Hepatitis B virus or worsen an active infection. You need frequent liver function tests to know if the virus is active again or if its infection is worsening.
Atripla is likely to cause these common side effects:
- Poor mental focus
- Skin rash
- Insomnia, odd dreams
- Can change how your body fat looks like especially in your face, neck, legs, breasts, arms and waist.
Ensure that you report severe side effects to the doctor.
Atripla should only be taken after telling the doctor certain things about your health. Tell them that you have:
- A liver or kidney disease
- Low bone mineral density
- Seizures or epilepsy
- Mental problems for which you take antipsychotic medicines or injections
- Long QT syndrome
- Hepatitis B or C infection
- An allergy to efavirenz, emticitabine or tenofovir
- A pregnancy or plans to conceive as Atripla can cause birth defects in babies
Note: Don’t breastfeed your baby if you are HIV positive. This will prevent them from getting HIV infection from your breast milk.
Buy Atripla Online
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We offer a brand and a generic Atripla medication. The brand one is manufactured by Bristol-Myers Squibb as a product of Canada. The generic medication, Efavirenz/Emtricitabine/Tenofovir, is made by Cipla as a product of India. We have one dosage and it is 600mg/200mg/300mg.
We, 90-DayMeds.com, provide the cheapest Atripla price. We sell 30 tablets for $1665. The same quantity of tablets is sold for an average retail price of $3691.82 at a local drugstore in the US. If you buy it on our website, you will be able to spend $2026.82 less. It will also be shipped directly to your door, which will keep you from waiting at your local drugstore. To find out more about our service or speak to our customer care official, call 1-800-828-4889.
We will ship Atripla from Canada to the US in 7 to 10 business days and in 10 to 18 business days from Singapore. Once shipped, we will notify you by email. There will be no shipping fees.