Health Benefits of Agenerase
Agenerase may be useful in:
- Lower your body's HIV concentration
- Improve your immunity
- Prevent additional infections
Agenerase is a member of the group of medications known as protease inhibitors. It functions by inhibiting HIV protease, an enzyme required for the virus to develop and reproduce. By preventing the virus from spreading, you may have less HIV in your body, which will help your immune system more easily fight off other infections.
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection is treated with a combination of medications, including agenerase.
Side Effects of Agenerase
Agenerase side effects could include:
Call your doctor right away if you experience any of the following side effects:
- Breathing problems
- Hand, foot, ankle, or lower leg swelling
- The skin or eyes turning yellow
If you experience any of these side effects, speak with your doctor.
Interactions with Agenerase
Inform your physician of all prescription, over-the-counter, illicit, recreational, herbal, nutritional, and dietary medications you use, especially:
- Invirase, or saquinavir
- Aptivus (tipranavir)
- Norvir (Ritonavir)
Without first consulting your doctor, never start or stop taking any medications.
Agenerase and Pregnancy
If you are pregnant or intend to become pregnant, let your doctor know. If the mother is not given the right care while pregnant, HIV can be passed on to the unborn child. Pregnant women shouldn't use agenerase unless the advantages outweigh the risks.
breastfeeding and gene editing
If you are taking Agenerase, do not breastfeed. Breast milk can transmit HIV to the unborn child.
Dosage of Agenerase
- Common Adult HIV Infection Dose: 250 mg or 500 mg every eight or twelve hours.
- Patients Under 40 kg:Dose for Patients Under 40 kg: 15 mg/kg or 20 mg/kg every eight or twelve hours
As directed by your doctor, take Agenerase exactly as directed. Never consume more or less, or for a longer period of time than advised.
In order to lessen the possibility of side effects like headache, dizziness, and nausea, your doctor will likely start you on a low dose of Agenerase and gradually increase your dose.
You can take Agenerase with or without food. Try to take Agenerase every day at the same time.