Buy Vocabria (Cabotegravir Sodium)

TypeDrug NameDosagePrice from 
drug typeVocabria30 mg$989.99

Vocabria Information

How And Where To Buy Vocabria Online?

The brand Vocabria is available at at a reasonable price with a valid prescription from your doctor. Other HIV Medications are also available at significant discounts. With free shipping to your door, Canadian Pharmacy World provides you with convenient and trustworthy access to your healthcare needs at a fraction of the cost. You can place your order online, by mail, fax, or dialing 1866-485-7979 toll-free.

Are there Alternative Names for the Brand Vocabria?

The brand Vocabria comes from Canada manufactured by ViiV Healthcare. The generic version is not available.

What Dosages and Forms are Vocabria Available in?

Vocabria is available in the strength of 30 mg tablets.

What is Vocabria Used for?

Vocabria (Cabotegravir Sodium) is a prescription medicine used in combination with rilpivirine to treat HIV-1 infection in adults who are virologically suppressed (HIV-1 RNA <50 copies/mL) on a stable antiretroviral regimen with no history of treatment failure and with no known resistance to either Cabotegravir or Rilpivirine. The active ingredient in the Vocabria tablet is Cabotegravir sodium. Cabotegravir sodium belongs to a group of antiretroviral medicine called integrase inhibitors (INIs). It works by blocking an enzyme called integrase that the virus needs to make new copies of itself in the body. By blocking this enzyme, Vocabria, taken together with rilpivirine, reduces the amount of HIV in the blood and keeps it at a low level. Please note that Vocabria does not cure HIV infection.

What are the Possible Side Effects of Vocabria?

If you experience any of the following common side effects, contact your doctor or pharmacist immediately:
• Anxiety;
• Depression (feelings of deep sadness and unworthiness);
• Diarrhea;
• Difficulty in sleeping (insomnia);
• Dizziness;
• Feeling hot (pyrexia);
• Feeling sick (nausea) and vomiting;
• Headache;
• Nightmares or bad dreams;
• Stomach (abdominal) pain or discomfort

Stop using Vocabria and contact your doctor right away if you have any of the severe side effects such as:
• Blisters or sores in or around your mouth;
• Extreme tiredness, fever, not feeling well;
• Muscle or joint pain;
• Red or puffy eyes;
• Swelling in your face or mouth, trouble breathing

This is not a complete list of the adverse effect of Vocabria. Kindly reach out to your doctor or pharmacist if any of the above-listed side effects last longer than usual or get worse.

Are there any Precautions and Drug Interactions for Vocabria?

Before taking this medication, you should tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are allergic to Vocabria or have other problems when taking Vocabria. It is crucial to continue taking your medicine for as long as your doctor tells you. Don't stop unless your doctor advises you to. It would help if you stayed in contact with your doctor because you will need regular medical tests.

When you first start treatment, your doctor will advise you to take one Vocabria tablet together with one Rilpivirine tablet once a day for one month (lead-in period) before you start your first Cabotegravir injection. It would be best to know that Vocabria tablet helps control your condition, but it is not a cure for HIV infection. It would be best if you kept taking it every day to stop your illness from getting worse. If you stop using Vocabria and Rilpivirine medication, you will need to start using other HIV medicines within one month to prevent your condition from becoming resistant. Vocabria (Cabotegravir) can make you dizzy and have other side effects that make you less alert. It would help if you did not drive or operate machinery unless you are sure you are not affected.

You should not take Vocabria and inform your doctor about your medical history, especially if you have or have had:
• A skin rash or an allergic reaction after taking medicine that contains cabotegravir;
• Liver diseases;
• Mental illness

Tell your doctor if you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant or are breastfeeding. Your doctor will discuss with you the risks and benefits, to you and your baby, of receiving a Vocabria tablet while pregnant. Women with HIV/AIDS should not breastfeed a baby. If your baby is born without HIV, the virus may be passed to the baby in your breast milk. It is not known whether the ingredients of the Vocabria tablet can pass into breast milk and harm your baby. You should discuss this with your doctor before breastfeeding your baby.

Tell your doctor about all the medications you use, including prescriptions, over-the-counter medications, herbal products, and vitamin supplements to prevent drug interactions, which might be fatal to your health. This drug interaction may make your drug less effective, cause adverse effects, or potentiate other drugs' action. There may be a drug interaction between Vocabria and other medications such as:
• Anticonvulsants used to treat epilepsy and prevent seizures such as phenytoin, phenobarbital, carbamazepine, or oxcarbazepine;
• Cigarette smoking;
• Desogestrel;
• Lamotrigine;
• Medicines call antacids to treat indigestion and heartburn;
• Medication for the treatment of hepatitis C such as tenofovir, entecavir;
• Rifampicin or rifapentine to treat some bacterial infections such as tuberculosis;
• Rifabutin to treat some bacterial infections such as tuberculosis

Vocabria Storage and Safety Information

Keep your tablets in a cool, dry place where the temperature stays below 30 °C. Keep your tablets in the bottle until it is time to take them. You should not store Vocabria tablets or any other medicine in the bathroom or near a sink. Do not leave it on a window sill or in the car.

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