Generic name: maraviroc
Brand names: Celsentri and Selzentry (US)
Class: Entry inhibitors
Common: nausea, diarrhoea, stomach ache, flatulence, indigestion, headache, problems sleeping, depression, rash, feeling weak, anaemia, loss of appetite, increase of liver enzymes.Rare: Liver problems, allergic reaction including rash, fever and difficulty breathing, kidney problems, pneumonia, chest pain, fits.
150mg and 300mg tablets.The dose of maraviroc depends on the other anti-HIV drugs you take. Your doctor or pharmacist will talk to you about which dose is appropriate. Most people take one tablet twice a day.
Take with or without food.
*Last review: 25/09/2015 Next review: 30/09/2018
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