What should I know about Crixivan before taking it?

Crixivan is not a cure for HIV. While taking Crixivan you may acquire illnesses associated with the HIV virus, and you are able to transmit the virus to others. Before taking Crixivan it is extremely important that you discuss your health condition with your doctor. If you have allergies to certain foods or medications or if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, tell your doctor. Any additional illnesses should be reported, particularly diabetes, hemophilia or other blood conditions, urinary problems, kidney or liver disease or high cholesterol. Many medications may interact with Crixivan, causing dangerous side effects or complications. So be sure to advise your doctor concerning your complete medical history before starting a Crixivan regimen and report all medications (prescription and over-the-counter), supplements and herbal remedies that you are currently taking.

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