VIROGON ACYCLOVIR 400 MG. 70 TABLETS
Acyclovir is used to treat illnesses brought on by specific virus strains. It cures shingles (caused by herpes zoster), chickenpox, and cold sores around the mouth that are caused by herpes simplex. Genital herpes outbreaks are also treated with this drug. Acyclovir is used in patients who experience outbreaks frequently to assist lessen the frequency of subsequent episodes. An antiviral medication is acyclovir. It does not, however, treat these illnesses. Even between outbreaks, the viruses that cause these diseases remain dormant in the body. The severity and duration of these outbreaks are lessened by acyclovir. It lessens discomfort and irritation, speeds up the healing process, and prevents the development of new sores. The duration of pain after the sores heal may be shortened with the aid of this medicine.
How to use Virogon Acyclovir?
Take this medicine by mouth regardless of food as coordinated by your primary care physician, normally 2 to 5 times each day. Drink a lot of liquids while taking this prescription except if your primary care physician guides you in any case.
Assuming you are utilizing the fluid type of this prescription, shake the container a long time before each portion. Cautiously measure the portion utilizing an exceptional estimating gadget/spoon. Try not to utilize a family spoon since you may not get the right portion.
This prescription works best when begun at the earliest hint of a flare-up, as coordinated by your PCP. It may not fill in too in the event that you postpone treatment.
Measurement depends on your ailment and reaction to treatment. In kids, measurements is additionally founded on weight.
This medicine works best when how much medication in your body is kept at a steady level. Take this medication at equitably divided spans. To assist you with recollecting, take it at similar times every day.
Keep on taking this drug until the full endorsed sum is done. Try not to change your portion, skirt any dosages, or stop this medicine right on time without your primary care physician's endorsement.
Let your primary care physician know if your condition endures or deteriorates.
Nausea, diarrhea, headache or vomiting may occur. If any of these effects persist or worsen, tell your doctor or pharmacist immediately.
Remember that this medication has been prescribed only because your doctor has judged that the benefits to you are greater than the risk of side effects. Many people using this medication do not have serious side effects.