800mg. Post Transplant Doses

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janisrox Says:


What condition(s) would require a dosage of 800mg. Acyclovir tabs. once or twice a day?



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Rhonda Says:

How many times a day do I take 500mg of Acyclovir and how many days if I have a cold sore?

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Verwon Says:

Acyclovir/Aciclovir is an antiviral medication, so it may be used to help treat any viral condition ranging from AIDs to herpes, including simplex 1.

Learn more Acyclovir details here.

As to how often to take it for a cold sore and for how long, you should follow the instructions provided by your doctor.

In most cases, however, it won't help much after the cold sore has already erupted. It works better at prevention and should be taken as soon as you start showing the signs of developing one.

Are there any other questions or comments?

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