Data provided by Applied Health
side effects, nutrient depletions, herbal interactions and health notes:
• You should take this medication with food.1
• One recent study reported good results using a digestive supplement called Ultrase (pancreatic enzymes) to prevent nelfinavir-related diarrhea.2
• Do not St. Johnís wort with this medication.3
• Do not take this medication with HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors, which would include the herb Red Yeast Rice.4
References1 AGOURON PHARMACEUTICALS, INC. Release Notes, January 22, 1998
2 AGOURON PHARMACEUTICALS, INC. Release Notes, January 22, 1998
3 AGOURON PHARMACEUTICALS, INC. Release Notes, January 22, 1998
4 AGOURON PHARMACEUTICALS, INC. Release Notes, January 22, 1998.
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