What is Viread prescribed for?
The drug is less likely to be responsible
I have gone through your query.
Viread is tenofovir disoproxil fumarate which is an antiretroviral drug. In the adverse effects profile of these agent, your symptoms are not mentioned. So I feel it is less likely to be responsible.
Hope this helps.
I do not feel there is anything wrong with your nail
I have gone through your pictures, I am unable to appreciate any abnormalities in that, to me it looks fine.
As you are also aware that nail changes are noted in cirrhosis but not in hepatitis b. But not all nail changes are from liver cirrhosis. Moreover based on the pictures I do not feel there is anything that you should be bothered by.
This provisional advice provided by me is based entirely on the input provided to me. I would suggest examination by the doctor.
I hope this suggestion might be of some help to you.
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