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Were you looking for information about Nelfinavir? Nelfinivir is a common misspelling of nelfinavir.
 
Healthcare providers may prescribe nelfinavir along with other HIV medications as part of an HIV "cocktail." While the drug is not a cure for HIV or AIDS, it can help stop HIV from affecting uninfected cells in the body. Nelfinavir comes in tablet and powder form, and is generally taken two to three times daily. Side effects of nelfinavir may include diarrhea, nausea, and rash.
 
(Click Nelfinavir for more information on how nelfinavir can help stop HIV from multiplying, what you should be aware of before starting the drug, and potential side effects to look out for during treatment.)
 
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