Efavirenz

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Last Updated: 03 May 2022

Efavirenz is an antiviral medication that avoids human immunodeficiency virus from multiplying in your body. You ought to not use efavirenz if you take elbasvir and grazoprevir to deal with hepatitis C. You must not use efavirenz if you are sensitive to it, or if you take elbasvir and grazoprevir to treat liver disease C. Do not take with Atripla, unless your medical professional informs you to. If the virus is not managed during pregnancy, hiv can be passed to your baby. Even if your baby is born without HIV, the virus may be passed to the baby in your breast milk. Your disease may become resistant to efavirenz if you do not take it in combination with other HIV medicines your doctor has suggested. If alcohol or mind- or mood-altering drugs are used with efavirenz, it is possible that the central nervous system side effects can end up being worse. People with these problems might have abnormal liver function blood tests. When taken throughout the first 3 months of maternity, Efavirenz might cause fetal damage. A false-positive urine-screening test for marijuana has been seen with one specific test brand name and has not been seen when utilizing other screening tests or with tests used to validate results for marijuana. Its molecular formula is C14H9ClF3NO2 and its structural formula is: Efavirenz USP is a white to beige crystalline powder with a molecular mass of 315. 68. Efavirenz is readily available as capsules for oral administration containing either 50 mg, 100 mg, or 200 mg of efavirenz USP and the following non-active active ingredients: lactose monohydrate, magnesium stearate, salt lauryl sulfate and salt starch glycolate. The pill covering contains jelly, silicon dioxide and salt lauryl sulfate. On top of that 50 mg has titanium dioxide and yellow iron oxide, 100 mg includes titanium dioxide and 200 mg contains yellow iron oxide. The pills are printed with edible ink containing black iron oxide and shellac.

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