Raltegravir

What is Raltegravir?

Raltegravir is used along with other medications to treat human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection.Raltegravir is in a class of medications called HIV integrase inhibitors.It works by decreasing the amount of HIV in the blood.

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Sir, i went to my diagnostic center for a blood group test...i couldnt see them open a new syringe in front of me ..so after my test i concerned...

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HIV Post exposure prophylaxis. Follow these instructions for peace of mind.

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Dear Ttalwar0,

Relax. Cool down. You're...

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Hello sir i had sex with sex worker but condom. Broke during sex, im really scared. On the same day i got her tested anti body test and hiv pcr dna...

doctor1 MD

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Regarding Post exposure prophylaxis

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Hello. Thank you for writing to us
I am dr.kakkar (dermatologist). I have gone...

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I am using lamivudine, raltegravir, and etravirine for the past 8 years and now am having elevated kidney problems. last labs showed 1.23 mg/dl...

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Depends upon the response to drugs, dose adjustment necessary

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Welcome to HCM.
Thanks for posting your query....

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Hello sir i had sex with sex worker but condom. Broke during sex, im really scared. On the same day i got her tested anti body test and hiv pcr dna...

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I am using lamivudine , raltegravir , and etravirine for the past 8 years and now am having elevated kidney problems. last labs showed 1.23 mg/dl...

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