For adults living with HIV on ART who have diarrhea not caused by an infection

Mytesi is a medicine to treat diarrhea

This kind of diarrhea is called noninfectious diarrhea.
It is not caused by an infection from bacteria, a virus, or a parasite.

People living with HIV/AIDS

Who take antiretroviral therapy (ART)

Who have noninfectious diarrhea

In people living with HIV/AIDS, this kind of diarrhea may be a side effect of ART. It can also be caused by the effects of HIV on the lining of the intestines. No matter its cause, the result is the same—diarrhea that can disrupt your life.

If you have diarrhea, you’re certainly not alone…but maybe Mytesi can help.
Ask your health care provider.

Mytesi is not likely to cause constipation

Over 98% of people on Mytesi in clinical studies did not report any constipation

Learn how Mytesi works.

Compared with people taking placebo, people taking Mytesi had the same number of side effects or even fewer. Learn about Mytesi studies

Mytesi:

  • Did not cause any clinically relevant drug interactions in clinical studies. This means Mytesi did not change the way other medicines worked and other medicines did not effect Mytesi.
  • Will not change your viral load or CD4 counts
  • Comes from a tree that grows in the Amazon Rainforest. Mytesi does not come from man-made chemicals.

Learn how Mytesi is made.

How do you take Mytesi?

Mytesi comes as a 125-mg delayed-release tablet.

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Take 1 Mytesi tablet 2 times each day.

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You can take it with or without food.

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Mytesi tablets should not be crushed or chewed. Tablets should be swallowed whole.

Be sure to take all your other medicines as directed by your doctor.
Mytesi will not interfere with the way they work.