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Nevirapine is prescribed for advanced cases of HIV. HIV--the human immunodeficiency virus that causes AIDS--undermines the immune system over a period of years, eventually leaving the body defenseless against infection. Nevirapine is generally prescribed only after the immune system has declined and infections have begun to appear. It is always taken with at least one other HIV medication such as Retrovir or Videx. If taken alone, it can cause the virus to become resistant. Even if prescribed properly, it may be effective for only a limited time.
Nevirapine is prescribed for the treatment of HIV infection.
AIDS is caused by infection with HIV. This virus invades cells of the immune system, particularly the white blood cells known as CD4 T-helper lymphocytes. These cells normally work to activate other cells in the immune system to fight infection. Since HIV kills CD4 T-helper cells, over time the body becomes less able to fight the virus or subsequent infections.
If for any reason you stop taking Nevirapine for longer than seven days during treatment, Nevirapine will subsequently need to be re-introduced gradually, as when starting treatment. See the warnings below for further information, and make sure you talk to your doctor if you are unclear or concerned about any aspect of your treatment.
Like other drugs for HIV, Nevirapine works by impairing the virus's ability to multiply.
Once the virus is inside the CD4 T-cell it multiplies. Part of the process of viral multiplication involves the conversion of the virus genetic material, RNA, into DNA. This is achieved by a compound essential to the virus, called reverse transcriptase. Reverse transcriptase is a compound known as an enzyme. Nevirapine works by blocking the action of this enzyme, thereby interfering with the conversion of viral RNA into DNA. This stops the virus from multiplying.
The most serious side effects associated with nevirapine are skin reactions and side effects on the liver, both of which can be severe or life-threatening. The risk of experiencing these side effects is minimised by starting treatment gradually. For this reason, nevirapine must be taken just once a day for the first two weeks of treatment. If no rash is experienced in this time your doctor will then increase your dose, however if you do get a rash the dose will not be increased until the rash has cleared up.
There is no cure for HIV, but nevirapine is one of a number of drugs that lowers the amount of virus in the body and slows the progression of the disease from HIV to AIDS. Nevirapine is prescribed in combination with other anti-HIV drugs that attack the HIV virus in different ways. This minimises the virus's ability to replicate and multiply, and helps prevent it becoming resistant to treatment.
Viramune tablets and suspension contain the active ingredient nevirapine, which is a type of drug called a non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor. It is prescribed in the treatment of HIV infection.

Side Effects

Nevirapine side effects that you should report to your health care professional or doctor as soon as possible:
- Abdominal pain;
- Allergic reactions (including hives;
- Allergic reactions;
- Alteration in results of liver function tests;
- Anemia;
- Blisters;
- Diarrhoea;
- Drowsiness;
- Drug withdrawal;
- Fat redistribution;
- Fatigue;
- Fever;
- Headache;
- Jaundice;
- Joint pain;
- Liver damage;
- Mouth sores;
- Muscle aches;
- Nausea and vomiting;
- Nausea;
- Or swollen mouth and throat);
- Pain in the muscles;
- Rash;
- Severe, potentially life-threatening inflammation of the liver or liver failure;
- Severe, potentially life-threatening skin reactions, eg stevens-johnson syndrome, toxic epidermal necrolysis;
- Tingling;
- Vomiting;

Dosage

CHILDREN

8 years and older

For both adults and children, total daily dosage should never exceed 400 mg (2 tablets).
For the first 14 days, the dose of oral suspension is 4 mg per 2.2 pounds of body weight once a day. If no serious rash appears, the dose is then increased to 4 mg per 2.2 pounds twice a day.
If you develop hepatitis during Nevirapine treatment, you will have to stop taking Nevirapine.
In certain cases your Nevirapine dosage may need to be adjusted. Be sure to tell the doctor if you develop a rash within the first 14 days of using Nevirapine or if you stop taking Nevirapine for more than 7 days. Tell the doctor if you're undergoing kidney dialysis.

2 months to 8 years of age

For the first 14 days, the dose of oral suspension is 4 mg per 2.2 pounds of body weight once a day. If no serious rash appears, the dose is then increased to 7 mg per 2.2 pounds twice a day.

ADULTS

For the first 14 days, the dose is 1 tablet a day. If no serious rash appears, the dose is then increased to 1 tablet twice a day. If you miss your doses for more than 7 days, the doctor will have to restart you at the lower initial dose.

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