Immunosin Tablet Drug Information

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Drug study of immunosin including dosage and action

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Verwon Says:

Immunosin contains the active ingredient Inosiplex, it is used to shorten the course of illness and reduce the severity of respiratory infections. (From MIMS India)

It is also used for other illnesses, as seen appropriate by the prescribing doctor.

They classify it as an antiviral.

It is believed to work by stimulating the immune system.

There is more information about how these medications work at the following link, as well as links to other resources:


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Moises Says:

Kindly inform me of the right dosage for immunosin tabs?

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kathleen mariano Says:

is it ok to take immunosin even if i have my period?

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Nor Says:

Hi! Hi May i ask, if it's kind of tablet is ok for those G6PD child?

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Colleen Narvaez Says:

my son has chicken pox.. how many times will he take immunosin tablet in a day and for how many days is he going to take it?

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erick dioniso Says:
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I have an German measle can you please tell me if inosiplex can cure this red rushes in my skin

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Kan Says:

Can I get a prescription for Immunosin here in Germany?

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melet Says:
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I think immunusin tab is not the right medicine for chickenpox.I took this medicine on Sunday afternoon.but until now I'm not dumami p tuloy.pls help me what's the right medicine for this

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melet Says:
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I don't believe this lalong dumami ang chickenpox ko.I think this is not the right medicine to lessen this kind of ill

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jing Says:
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Immunosin will only boost immune system function but wont cure chicken pox. Acyclovir would be best recommended. You can buy the capsule, i think, or tablet - though its expensive, but generic ones would be fine. For the scars use the acyclovir ointment. It works well.

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Negs Says:
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Hello, can immunisin cures hepatitis A? Thank you

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Mae Says:

Which functional group does Inosiplex belong? Because I cannot find it on the internet. Please help :(

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Rina Says:

My son is taking co-amoxiclav 2 times a day. I can't stop the medication since he's taking it already. Is it okay to take immunosin 3 x a day while taking co-amoxiclav?

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RF Says:

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Yes, I think it's okay. I have viral and bacterial infection due to flu (a cough and cold). My doctor prescribed Cefaclor 500 mg 3x a day and Immunosin (Inosiplex) every 4 hrs (20pcs). The purpose of immunosin is to boost or support my immune system due to viral infection.

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Grace Says:
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What is better to use immunosine or acyclovir for herpes zoster

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Jiji Says:

What dosage of Immunosin should be taken if the adult has a cough which lasted more than a month?

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Del Says:

I have been treated by aciclovir for the herpes zoster virus that developed in my right arms going down my palm since early of November, 2017 and up to now is experiencing pain, numbness in my right palm and fingers. If immunosin can not be used for the viral infection I have, can you recommend the right and effective medicine for this, so I can at least have hope of immediate healing soon.

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Mec mission Says:
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I have an aplastic immune system is weak do i need to take immunosin tablet?

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ecka Says:
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I just want to ask,
What is the main illness that immunosin cure?

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Mary joy Says:
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Puwede bang pagsabayin ang Immunosin at probac 7? 11 months po siya maraming salamat po.

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