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Juluca is an HIV treatment medication that offers a simpler course of medication for people with human immunodeficiency virus, taking one drug instead of several antiviral medications. Juluca is taken once a day and helps patients have their HIV be undetectable, meaning levels are below under 40 copies/ml and the individual should be non-infectious to others. This better HIV medication is in demand for patients who can switch to it, and you can buy Juluca with a prescription at most pharmacies or order Juluca online.
Juluca is taken once a day, and ideally at the same time. You can take Juluca in the morning or in the evening.
The active ingredients in Juluca are Dolutegravir and Rilpivirine.
Never exceed the maximum dosage amount of one Juluca, once a day.
Do not take Juluca if you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant unless your doctor approves taking it after an in-person consultation with you.
Keep medication out of the reach of children and be mindful of the medication’s expiry date.
There is the possibility of drug interaction between Juluca and dofetilide / carbamazepine / oxcarbazepine/ phenobarbital / phenytoin / rifampin / rifapentine / proton pump inhibitors like esomeprazole, lansoprazole, omeprazole, pantoprazole sodium, rabeprazole. Do not use Juluca medication if you are taking any of these listed medications.
There is also interaction risk with the OTC supplement St. John’s wort (Hypericum perforatum)
Use with caution with steroid medicine dexamethasone or dexamethasone sodium phosphate and discuss with your physician.
Discuss all medications and supplements you are taking with your doctor when meeting to discuss this undetectable HIV medication before you proceed to buy Juluca.
Juluca side effects are uncommon, but some users may experience fever, illness feeling, tiredness, muscle or joint aches, mouth blisters or sores, skin peeling or blistering, redness or swelling of the eyes, swelling of mouth, face, lips, or tongue, or breathing problems.
If these side effects are severe or persist you should stop use and consult with your doctor again regarding other HIV treatment options.