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Zidovudine is an antiviral medication, which belongs to the class of Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors (NRTI). This class of medication prevents the HIV-virus from altering the DNA of healthy cells and thus spreading the virus throughout the body. Zidovudine is not a cure for HIV or AIDS nor does it prevent the virus from infecting other people. However, in combination with other antiviral medication it can dramatically slow down the progress of the disease.


Due to the nature of this medication, we strongly recommend delivery by courier service, which can be tracked online and only takes 4-7 business days.




Availability: In stock
Sold Under Brand Name: Retrovir, Zidovir
Average Delivery Time:
8 days


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Zidovudine 300 Mg

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  • Slows down the progress of HIV-infection and prevents the virus from infecting healthy cells
  • Leads to noticeable improvement in survival rates
  • First drug approved for treatment of HIV-infection and AIDS
  • Can be taken with or without food
  • Can be used for the treatment of children


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How does Zidovudine work?

Zidovudine is an antiviral medication, which belong to the class of Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors (NRTIs). Reverse transcriptase forms part of the reproduction process of the HIV-virus and is responsible for infecting cells and spreading the virus. Zidovudine prevents reverse transcriptase from working properly and infecting healthy cells. This slows down the progress of the virus.

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Will Zidovudine protect me against infection with the HIV-virus while having sex?

Taking Zidovudine will not protect you against infection with the HIV-virus through sexual intercourse. Instead, talk to your doctor about safe methods of preventing HIV transmission, such as using a condom.

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Is it safe to take Zidovudine while pregnant or breasfeeding?

Zidovudine is classed as Pregnancy Category C by the FDA. This means it is not yet known whether this medication can be harmful for an unborn baby. However, HIV medications are usually given to pregnant women when clearly needed and the risks and benefits have been thoroughly weighed up. Treatment with this medication has also been shown to decrease the risk of HIV transmission to the baby.

Women who are HIV-positive and/ or under treatment with Zidovudine should not breastfeed. Even if a baby is born without HIV, the virus can still be passed on through breast milk. 

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Can I drink alcohol while taking Zidovudine?

You should avoid drinking alcohol while taking Zidovudine. Both this medication and alcohol can have a negative impact on the liver and pancreas and using them in combination with each other may increase the risk of damage to the liver and pancreas.

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What is the recommended dosage of Zidovudine?

For children the recommended dosage of Zidovudine is determined by body weight:

  • Patients who weigh from 4 kg to less than 9 kg should be given a total daily dose of 24 mg per kg of body weight in equal doses, two or three times a day
  • Patients who weigh from 9 kg to less than 30 kg should receive a total daily dose of 18 mg per kg of body weight, given in equal doses twice or three times daily
  • Patients who weigh 30kg or more should be given the same daily dosage as adults

The recommended dosage of Zidovudine is 600 mg per day (divided into either 300 mg twice a day or 200 mg three times daily).

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