Zerit Drug Information

Though not a cure for HIV, Zerit® (stavudine) can keep the virus from multiplying and infecting healthy cells. This HIV/AIDS medication is available by prescription only, and it is approved for use in adults and children, even newborns. In clinical studies, common side effects included diarrhea, headaches, and nerve problems. Zerit comes in capsule and oral solution (liquid) form, and is usually taken twice a day.
 
This drug is not suitable for everyone. It is important to discuss the prescribing information for Zerit with your healthcare provider before beginning treatment. For instance, you may not be able to use this product if you are taking certain medications, have certain allergies, or if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
 
(Click Zerit for more information about this drug, including details about how it works, whether you should take it with food, and factors that will affect your dose.)
 

Zerit Drug Information

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