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DIDANOSINE (DDI)-ORAL CHEWABLE TABLETS, Videx

GENERIC NAME: DIDANOSINE (DDI) - ORAL CHEWABLE TABLETS (dye-DAN-oh-seen)

BRAND NAME(S): Videx

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WARNING: Infrequently, didanosine can cause severe (sometimes fatal) side effects such as inflammation of the pancreas (pancreatitis), blood problems (lactic acidosis) or liver problems. Fatal lactic acidosis has also occurred during pregnancy when this medication was used in combination with stavudine and other drugs used to treat HIV. Stop using this drug and notify your doctor immediately if you develop stomach or abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, muscle aches, rapid breathing, dizziness, feeling cold (low body temperature), yellowing eyes or skin, dark urine. Your doctor must determine whether or not you have pancreatitis before re-starting didanosine.




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