Okay, we understand you have an issue with swallowing but Harvoni is a coated tablet and (taken after food) most likely is there to stop it being destroyed by stomach acid before it gets to the more benign environment of the small intestine where it is absorbed. There is no way around this and it has to be moisture free in it's pharmacy container (cool, dark and dry). IT CANNOT be used crushed; you could ask the doctor or treatment nurse if they can be used as a suppository; it is not available in a liquid form for IV, IM or subcutaneous form. I really doubt a compounding pharmacy will be able to help you; No-one is going to gamble $20,000 experimenting with coated medication.
- Harvoni Information for Consumers
- Harvoni Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Harvoni (detailed)
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