Fosamprenavir is an antiviral medication that stops human immunodeficiency virus from increasing in your body. fosamprenavir is not a cure for HIV or AIDS. Tell your doctor about all your present medicines and any you start or quit utilizing. Many drugs can connect, and some drugs ought to not be used together. If the virus is not controlled during pregnancy, hiv can be passed to your baby. Fosamprenavir can make birth control tablets less reliable. Taking fosamprenavir together with ritonavir and utilizing birth control tablets can increase your risk of abnormal liver function tests. Ask your physician about using non hormonal birth control to stop pregnancy. Women with HIV or AIDS need to not breast-feed an infant. Even if your child is born without HIV, the virus may be passed to the child in your breast milk. Fosamprenavir tablets can be taken with or without food. Fosamprenavir fluid should be taken with food in children and without food in adults. Shake the oral suspension before you measure a dosage. Fosamprenavir dosages are based on weight in children. Your child's dose requirements may change if the child gains or loses weight. Use all HIV medicines as guided and review all drug overviews you get. Everyone with HIV ought to stay under the care of a physician. Store fosamprenavir tablets at room temperature away from moisture and warm. You may store fosamprenavir liquid in the refrigerator but do not allow it to ice up. Take the medication as quickly as you can, but avoid the missed dosage if it is almost time for your following dose.
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