What Is Ilvitrim Suspension Used For

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Sylvia Says:
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Hi, my 2yr old boy took some unknown pills while he was playing with his friends so he was given ilvitrm suspension. What worries he has rash all over his body. Does this mean that this medication is working?


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makes Says:
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What is ilvitrim pills and can I drink it while am planing to get pregnant

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nhlanhla Says:
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Hy im my son is 7weeks n tested negetive,im breastfeeding him but i feel that he does not get full can i feed him soft porrige but i hear tht if u giv him food or water his gonna be infected as well.im on my medication arvs n his been given ilviltrim suspention.im n on med leav n soon will go back to work my worrie is tht wil he be infected if i feed him formula n water

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Mpho Says:
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Hi I took four pills of ilviltrim at once am I at risk of an overdose I'm super worried

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CONCERN FATHER Says:

HI MY NEWBORN HAS YELLOW DISCHARGE ON HER LEFT EYE CAN PURBAC PAEDIATRIC SUSPENSION HELP HER

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Neo Says:
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hi m hiv positive n my daughter is 6mnths she is taking ilvitrim suspension and her grandmother have given her food while I was in town so m worried..

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gugue Says:
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Hie I am HIV positive and 6 weeks old baby is negative. I was given a nevarapine for then they gave me ilvitrim suspension I want to know if she must take the same dosage

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zama Says:
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Hi, I'm HIV +ve, im on taking medication and I also have a baby boy who 10 weeks, he tested -ve so I was given navirapine I gave him to 6 weeks and I'm giving a fomular. Den I was given a ilvitrim suspension and navarapin again without any explanation, I'm confused now. Plz help

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zusiphe Says:

My baby is 5 months old and is on livitrim. Does that mean she's HIV positive? Can I change the time of giving her the meds if I am going to work?

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