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Indinavir is an oral medication used for treating patients with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). It is a type of medicine called protease inhibitor.
HIV causes acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). The virus invades cells in the immune system, in particular, the white blood cells known as CD4 T-helper lymphocytes. The CD4 T-helper lymphocytes activate other cells in the immune system to fight. However, over time, it becomes less able to fight viruses that cause infections in the body.
HIV can become resistant to medication very quickly. Because of this, Indinavir is used along with other HIV drugs to attack the HIV virus in different ways. This minimizes the virus ability to multiply. It prevents the virus from becoming resistant to the treatment.
Why Buy Indinavir?
Indinavir was approved by the FDA since 1995 for treating patients with HIV. However, there is no current cure for HIV. Indinavir can only lower the amount of virus in the body. It helps the immune system recover, it slows down the progression of HIV to AIDS. It also prevent HIV related-illnesses such as cancer and sarcoma. It will not prevent the transmission of HIV among individuals.
How to Take Indinavir?
Your dose is based on what other anti-HIV medications you are taking. It is important, therefore, to follow the instructions given to you by your doctor. If you have any questions about your treatment ask your doctor.
The typical dose is one capsule three times a day or every 8 hours. Take your medication one hour before or two hours after a meal. Take it with plenty of fluids. If you are using Ritonavir along with this drug, take this drug two times a day or every 12 hours. If you are taking it with other HIV medications, leave one hour between each medication.
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