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Acyclovir

General info about Aciclovir
Aciclovir is an anti-viral medication. It is mainly utilized for the treatment of herpes simplex infections, chickenpox, and shingles. Other usages consist of avoidance of cytomegalovirus infection following transplant and serious complications of Epstein-Barr virus infection. It may be taken by mouth, used as a cream, or injected. Aciclovir hinders a particular enzyme involved in the infection's recreation, hence avoiding it from increasing. Acyclovir helps to handle symptoms of herpes virus that appear on the skin and mucous membranes. Aciclovir supplies an antiviral action and blocks spreading DNA virus through the central nerve system. Dosage and duration of the treatment depend on the fact if you are taking aciclovir as a preventative measure or to treat severe symptoms. The virus will stay in your body for the rest of your life when you have been infected with herpes However, aciclovir can help you live with the condition without needing to suffer symptoms, as it renders the virus inactive.

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Typical adverse effects consist of nausea and diarrhea. Possibly major adverse effects include kidney issues and low platelets. Greater care is advised in those with poor liver or kidney function

Pregnancy Warning
Acyclovir is usually considered safe for usage during pregnancy without any harm having actually been observed. Acyclovir seems safe during breastfeeding.

Buying Acyclovir online
If you have currently read the direction carefully and you are sure this drug will lastly comfort you, constantly keep in mind to consult your doctor initially even.

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Uses

The primary use of Acyclovir is to treat the symptoms of herpes simplex virus. However, its effect is only temporary and does not provide complete cure of the illness. Acyclovir attacks and destroys the biggest part of the herpes virus, preventing its growth and spreading. Take Acyclovir as soon as you start experiencing any of the following: blisters, burning or itching sensation, scabbing sores and the accompanying flu symptoms.

How to take

Acyclovir should be taken only according to your doctor’s instructions and for the entire period prescribed, even if the symptoms you are suffering from heal before it ends. Acyclovir can be taken during meals or otherwise with a full glass of water.

Side effects

Familiarize yourself with the ingredients before taking the medication to make sure that none of them will cause allergic reactions. In case any symptoms of an allergic reaction are experienced after you started taking the medication, stop the course and seek medical attention immediately.

Common side effects of Acyclovir include nausea, vomiting, headache, pain in the abdominal section, dizziness and slightly swollen limbs. However, if any of these symptoms persist over time, consult a medical professional.

Similarly, contact a doctor if you experience any of the more dangerous side effects such as significant changes in urine volumes, pain in the lower back, inclination to easy bruising, increased bleeding, disorientation and utmost fatigue.

This list of side effects is not complete. To get more detailed information about possible risks involved in taking Acyclovir in your individual case, consult your doctor.

Precautions

Consult a medical specialist concerning any allergies you might have to Acyclovir ingredients before starting the course, as you would usually do before starting any new medical treatment. Make sure to notify your doctor in advance if you have one of the following conditions: kidney disease, suppressed immune system diseases such as HIV, kidney or bone marrow transplants, etc. Those patients who have a history of kidney diseases might be especially inclined to experience the side effects of taking Acyclovir.

Note that Acyclovir does not cure the virus of genital herpes, but only fights its symptoms. It also doesn’t provide protection against transmission of this contagious disease. To avoid transmission, maintain hygiene of the affected areas and avoid contact with others. It is particularly recommended to practice safe sex until all the scabs have healed and fallen off.

Pregnant and breastfeeding women, or those planning to get pregnant or start breastfeeding, should consult a medical professional before they start taking Acyclovir, as it can pass into breast milk and potentially harm the child.

Drug interactions

Before starting the course of Acyclovir, let your doctor know of all prescription and non-prescription medications you have been taking prior to it. Pay special attention if you have been taking probenecid or valacyclovir as they might interfere with Acyclovir.

Missed dose

If you have missed your dose of Acyclovir, make sure to take it as soon as possible. However, two doses should never be taken at the same time, so if the time for the next dose has almost come, DO NOT take the dose you have missed.

Storage

Store Acyclovir at room temperature between 68°F and 77°F (20°C and 25°C) away from heat, moisture and light (do not store in a bathroom cabinet). Keep out of reach of children and pets.

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