What should I avoid while taking Kaletra?

There are several behaviors and drugs to avoid while taking Kaletra. In particular, Kaletra liquid has special indications. If you take didanosine, you should take it at least one hour before or two hours after taking Kaletra. Avoid drinking alcohol while taking liquid Kaletra. You also should not take Kaletra with metronidazole or disulfiram as the alcohol content of the Kaletra will interact with these medications to cause nausea and vomiting. Kaletra will not prevent the transmission of HIV from one person to another, so you should avoid unsafe sex while taking it. Discuss your medical history and any drugs you are taking with your doctor prior to taking Kaletra in order to avoid adverse interactions and unwanted effects.

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