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Zerit Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitor
I inquired about getting a DNA test to for possible HIV and everyone is saying to get a zerit shot, what is that?i
Get a second opinion: Zerit ( stavudine ) is a protease inhibitor. Though I do think HIV testing is very important, an injection with this drug is not appropriate. Optimally, therapy requires 3 drugs. Even before getting meds, additional testing and counseling is required for HIV therapy. Call your local Public Health Department STD clinic or hotline, for details of the most appropriate steps to get dx and tx for HIV. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Retroviral rx: Added toxicity without added effect.Get a more detailed answer ›
Is there a test that detects "reverse transcriptase" (not a specific virus) in humans?...Just as a general test to rule-out certain kinds of viruses?
Can you build tolerance to a pde5 inhibitor?How to reverse it/avoid it?What can I take to make it more effective?Will a detox help reverse tolerance?
Here are some...: What are your age and overall health background? Just like any drug, PDE-5i boosts up the marginal functional impairment so to enhance erectile dysfunction but would not stop continual accumulation of undesirable ill effects of aging. On top of that, as men age, esp. after 30, physiological replenishing ability gradually diminishes. So, nothing can reverse aging effect... ...Read more