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ENTALIV 1MG TABLET

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Composition FOR ENTALIV 1mg tablet

Entecavir(1mg)

food interaction for ENTALIV tablet

alcohol interaction for ENTALIV tablet

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medicine interaction for ENTALIV tablet

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It is better to take Entaliv 1mg tablet empty stomach (1 hour before food or 2 hours after food).
Interaction with alcohol is unknown. Please consult your doctor.
Entaliv 1mg tablet may be unsafe to use during pregnancy.
Animal studies have shown adverse effects on the foetus, however, there are limited human studies. The benefits from use in pregnant women may be acceptable despite the risk. Please consult your doctor.
WEIGH RISKS VS. BENEFITS
Unknown. Human and animal studies are not available. Please consult your doctor.
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  • SALT INFORMATION FOR ENTALIV 1mg tablet

    Entecavir(1mg)

    Entaliv tablet uses

    Entaliv 1mg tablet is used in the treatment of hiv infection and chronic hepatitis b virus (hbv) infection.

    How entaliv tablet works

    Entaliv 1mg tablet prevents the multiplication of HIV virus in human cells. Thus stops the HIV virus from producing new viruses.

    Common side effects of entaliv tablet

    Fatigue, Headache, Nausea, Dizziness

    COMMON DOSAGE FOR ENTALIV 1MG TABLET

    Patients taking ENTALIV 1MG TABLET

    • 83%
      Once A Day
    • 17%
      Twice A Week

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    Expert advice FOR ENTALIV tablet

    • Do not discontinue taking entecavir without your doctor’s advice.
    • Entecavir should be taken on an empty stomach. Please follow the instructions of your doctor.
    • Do consult your doctor before taking entecavir, if you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant.
    • Do consult your doctor before taking entecavir, if you are breast-feeding.
    • Do not drive or operate machines if you feed dizzy, tired or sleepy after taking entecavir.
    • Do consult your doctor before taking entecavir if you have Kidney disease, any other liver disease or a liver transplant.
    • Consult your doctor before taking entecavir, if you have AIDS or HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) infection. Tests for HIV should be performed before taking entecavir in suspected individuals.
    • Inform your doctor, if you have taken medicines containing active drug lamivudine (Epivir, Epzicom, Trizivir) or telbivudine. Inform your doctor about all medications you have received in the past for treatment of hepatitis B.
    • Worsening of hepatitis B may occur while taking entecavir and upon discontinuation. Liver function tests must be conducted while on treatment and upon discontinuation.
    • Immediately report symptoms such as nausea, vomiting and stomach pain to your doctor. These might indicate development of a life-threatening side effect of entecavir called lactic acidosis (excess lactic acid in blood). Lactic acidosis occurs more often in women, particularly if they are very overweight.

    Frequently asked questions FOR ENTALIV 1mg tablet

    Entecavir

    Q. What is entecavir/baraclude used for?
    Baraclude is a trade name for active drug entecavir. Entecavir is an antiviral drug and is used to treat long-term infection of the liver (hepatitis) caused by hepatitis B virus
    Q. What is entecavir monohydrate?
    Entecavir monohydrate is the salt form of active drug entecavir which is used in the preparation of different formulations (eg. Tablets). It has the same antiviral activity like entecavir and is used to treat long-term infection of the liver (hepatitis) caused by hepatitis B virus
    Q. Is entecavir/baraclude effective?
    Baraclude is a trade name for active drug entecavir and is used to treat long-term infection of the liver (hepatitis) caused by hepatitis B virus. It is effective if used as advised by your doctor. The effectiveness of entecavir may vary depending upon individual cases
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    Q. What are the side effects of baraclude?
    Baraclude is a trade name for active drug entecavir and has the same side effects as entecavir
    Q. How does baraclude work?
    Baraclude is a trade name for active drug entecavir. Entecavir is an antiviral drug and works by blocking the DNA synthesis in hepatitis B virus, a process essential for the virus to grow and multiply. It stops the virus from spreading in the body
    Q. Does entecavir work/how fast does entecavir work?
    Entecavir is an antiviral drug used to treat long-term infection of the liver (hepatitis) caused by hepatitis B virus. It is effective if used as advised by your doctor. The effectiveness and duration of treatment may vary upon individual response
    Q. Does entecavir affect sperm or cause weight gain?
    No. Entecavir has no known effect on sperm or increasing body weight.

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    Content on this page was last updated on 08 March, 2017, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)