Zidovudine is used along with other medication to treat HIV infections. It is also used by women to prevent passing on the HIV virus to their fetus during pregnancy. Having anti viral properties, it prevents the reproduction of the HIV virus. Similarly, it is also used in newborns to prevent them from catching the virus from their HIV positive mothers.
If you have liver, bone marrow and kidney problems, let your doctor know. If you are already pregnant or are planning to become pregnant, let your doctor know as well. Medicines like doxorubicin, stavudine and ribavirin reduce Zidovudine’s effectiveness. Medicines that may contain Zidovudine like ganciclovi and interferon alfa, may increase the chances of its side effects.
Zidovudine is not a treatment for HIV, but only helps in reducing its spread. Take it 2-3 times daily, with or without food, as directed by your doctor. The dosage completely depends on your condition and its extent. In addition to Zidovudine, continue to use all effective methods of birth control.
Some of its side effects include headache, constipation, nausea, loss of appetite and vomiting.
Information given here is based on the salt and content of the medicine. Effect and uses of medicine may vary from person to person. It is advicable to consult a Obstetrician before using this medicine.
The skin is exposed to many things, which causes it to lose its luster and appear dull. Apart from the external factors certain internal factors also cause skin darkening. Internal factors, such as what you eat and how much you exercise also affect its condition and thus in turn, affects how you look. Your skin may develop dark spots, blemishes and tan. Let’s look at some of the ways this can be tackled resulting in fairer skin.
Changing lifestyle habits and your daily routine:
Homemade lightening treatments for your skin: