Immunosin Tablet For Chicken Pox

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dosage of immunosin tablet for chicken pox in adults

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Verwon Says:

Immunosin contains the active ingredient Inosiplex, it is believed to shorten the duration of some illnesses.

The normal adult dosing is listed as 1 tablet every 3 to 4 hours.

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Zenaida Says:

My dog has distemper, she is recuperrating from the disease but slowly. Currently the vet's prescription is only 1 tablet (500 mg) per day. Is it possible if I will increase the dosage into 3 tablets of (500mg) per day? Is there any possible side effects?

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paby Says:
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mabisa ba ito sa may sakit na bulutong

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joids Says:
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What dosage should be taken for chicken pox for a 17 year old boy?

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rachel Says:

How about children who are 6 years old? What is their dosage?

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Joy Says:
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Ahm. Pwede po ba mag tanong ung immunison pampa anu po yan sa chickenpox kasi my bulutong anak q 8months palang. Pam hataw ba yan ng bulutong or pampa stop ng bulutong para hindi dumami?

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Riza Says:
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I have the chickenpox and today is the second day. How long does it take to cure the chickenpox? The medication I'm on is called Immunosin.

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vinne Says:
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Re: Verwon (# 1)

I am a lactating mom and my child was 7 months old and i have chicken pox. What should i do? How many immunosin tablets should i take?

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Lhynn Says:
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Re: rachel (# 5)

Yes, my son has chicken pox too... then the doctor gave me immunosin for him....

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Nolyn Says:
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Immunosin syrup pwede po ba yan sa 1 year old. May chicken pox po kadi yung pinsan. Pwede po ba yan inumin para hindi siya mahawa.

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