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Nevirapine is a drug generally recommended for managing HIV infection. The drug must be taken in combination with other HIV medications.

Nevirapine is characterised as a nonnucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor. Acting in the body the medicine does not allow HIV to grow.

You cannot take Nevirapine if you have ever had allergic reactions to an ingredient containing in it or if you use rifampin, ketoconazole and St. John's wort. People with moderate to serious liver disorders and those who have experienced severe liver or skin reaction due to the use of Nevirapine.

You should immediately consult the doctor if anything of the mentioned above attributes to you.

If you need any additional facts about the drug, please refer to your doctor or a pharmacist.
The medication is not to be used by people for whom it wasn't recommended by the doctor.
Inform your doctor if the symptoms persist or if they get worse.

The given information represents basic medical facts about the drug. If any questions about the use of the medicine arise you are strongly advised to contact the doctor or any other health care provider.

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