Manufacturer: Hetero Lab
Generic Name: Tenofovir Alafenamide
|Strength||Per Unit Price||Price|
|25mg (30 tablets)||$8.73||$262|
|25mg (60 tablets)||$7.50||$524 $450
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CHEMICAL NAME Tenofovir Alafenamide (ten OF oh vir al a FEN a mide)
Vemlidy (Tenofovir Alafenamide) is used in the treatment of HIV and chronic hepatitis B infection. This medication works by slowing the growth of the virus.
If left untreated, the hepatitis infection may lead to cirrhosis and even chances of liver cancer. The medication is not known to cure the infection. Hence, it is best to practice safe sex using condoms to lower the risk of passing the virus to your partner.
Common side effects of using Vemlidy (Tenofovir Alafenamide) includes - muscle pain, body pain, weakness, dizziness, cold and cough or tiredness.
However, much serious side effects may include -
Do not use the Vemlidy (Tenofovir Alafenamide) if you are allergic to it or if you have certain health issues, bone loss, cirrhosis or signs of kidney or pancreatic issues or lactic acidosis or are pregnant or wish to be pregnant. Take a note of the above-mentioned symptoms and contact your doctor immediately if condition worsens.
Before you start using the medication, talk to your doctor about your existing medical conditions. Also, inform your doctor if you are taking orlistat, adefovir, aminoglycosides, etc.
Questions and Answers | Tenofovir Alafenamide
1. Can I take this medication when I am on dialysis?
Answer - If you are on dialysis, talk to your doctor about the same and he will make a suitable plan for delivering the right medication. Ideally it is good to take the medication after undergoing dialysis.
2. What is the ideal dosage of the medication?
Answer- Taking medication is important as per the directions of your doctor. However, if you vomit within one hour of this medication, it is safe to take another one.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The knowledge provided is meant to raise an understanding of knowledge regarding wellbeing and does not recommend medication or evaluation. Such material is not a substitution for clinical medical treatment and can not be taken as suggesting or advising that it is healthy, acceptable or efficient for you to take the medication. Consult a health care provider and specialist for psychological therapy and diagnosis.