Baraclude

What is Baraclude?

Entecavir INN , abbreviated ETV, is an oral antiviral drug used in the treatment of hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection. Entecavir is a reverse transcriptase inhibitor. It prevents the hepatitis B virus from multiplying and reduces the amount of virus in the body.

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I was diognised with hep-b in 2009 and i am on 0.5mg baraclude daily since then. Till 2010 my HBe antigen test report shwed figures of 3 to 6 rfv...

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Hi, probably you got your self get tested for the bilirubin. One of the readings must be wrong, so consult your doctor and , he will corelate the...

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I am taking entecavir (baraclude) during the last four years ( 0.5mg/day). I. m a 61 year old man with a very good health except for being HbsAg...

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Hi,
Thanks for posting your query.
You are having erectile dysfunction.
Erectile dysfunction is not a known side effect of entecavir.
It could be...

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I am a HEPATITIS B carrier. This is diagnosis in the month of Jan 2006. After that I will take a medicine based on Doctor Advise.Yesterdays I have...

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I am Dr.Ratnakar Kini and I am pleased to assist you.

Only creatinine level that is higher than the normal range...

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I am taking entecavir (baraclude) during the last four years ( 0.5mg/day). I. m a 61 year old man with a very good health except for being HbsAg...

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I am a HEPATITIS B carrier. This is diagnosis in the month of Jan 2006. After that I will take a medicine based on Doctor Advise.Yesterdays I have...

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I was diognised with hep-b in 2009 and i am on 0.5mg baraclude daily since then. Till 2010 my HBe antigen test report shwed figures of 3 to 6 rfv...

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