What are the Drug Didanosine capsules used for?
(HIV) infection is treated with a combination of Didanosine capsules and other drugs. A virus known as HIV is to blame for the onset of AIDS-related immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). HIV and AIDS cannot be cured or prevented by using didanosine.
How to drink Dinex EC?
Dinex EC should be taken on an empty stomach because it may not function correctly if it is taken with food. At least 30 minutes before or two hours after a meal, take didanosine oral liquid. Take one delayed-release capsule with a full glass of water and swallow it whole. Don’t open it or break it in any way!
What should be monitored when taking Dinex EC?
Dinex EC, alone or in combination with other HIV medications, has seldom resulted in a severe (and often fatal) pancreas condition (pancreatitis). Symptoms of pancreatitis (chronic nausea/vomiting, stomach/abdominal/back pain) should be reported immediately to your doctor. To know more click here
When do you stop taking Dinex EC?
Dinex EC will be totally phased out of the market in the United States by 2020, with all strengths of the drug no longer available for purchase. Mono- or dual NRTI antiretroviral therapy was the most common kind of antiretroviral therapy at the time didanosine was first licensed by the FDA.
What is the brand name for Dinex EC?
Dinex EC is a synthetic purine nucleoside analog active against HIV-1 that is enteric-coated.
What are the side effects of Dinex EC?
- Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain are all common adverse effects, as are
- headaches, and
- changes in the form or position of body fat (especially in your arms, legs, face, neck, breasts, and waist).
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