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Aciclovir (ACV), also known as acyclovir, is an antiviral medication.[3] It is primarily used for the treatment of herpes simplex virus infections, chickenpox, and shingles.[4] Other uses include prevention of cytomegalovirus infections following transplant and severe complications of Epstein-Barr virus infection.[4][5] It can be taken by mouth, applied as a cream, or injected.[4] Common side effects include naus...

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Acyclovir by Teva

I am having difficulty finding this drug manufactured by Teva. I've transferred my prescription twice now only to have them tell me they can't get this drug. Does anyone out there know a pharmacy I can get this Rx from? I live in Southern CA. ## I have a Rx for Acyclovir, 400 mg. I am having difficulty finding a pharmacy that can provide me with acyclovir manufactured by Teva I live in Ventura County in California. I am interested to see if anyone uses this drug and where they are able to purchase it. ## YOU CAN FILL THIS AT WALMART ## Is acyclovir 800 (cti 113) used for any specific infections? And if so, what type of infections? Is it an antibiotic? What are the advantages of using this medicine over other options? Can I take this if I'm experiencing a burning feeling when... ...

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camber acyclovir

I want to know what the difference is between acyclovir 400 mg camber and acyclovir 400 mg teva? ## They have just been manufactured by different companies, which is common with generic medications. The FDA lists the typical side effects of this medication as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and stomach pain. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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Lamisil & Acyclovir

Is it safe to take Lamisil 250mg. with Acyclovir 200mg. ## is it safe ti take lamisil and oxiclovir togetherr ## I didn't find any interactions listed, but it is always best to double check to be sure. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, diarrhea, and stomach pain. Jay, did you mean Acyclovir? ...

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acyclovir and myra e

can i take myra e while taking acyclovir tablet. ...

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acyclovir side effects

Acyclovir 200 mg. 2x a day. Can the side effect,"change in the amount of urine" in older people, apply to INCREASE in the amount of urine?(male, age 90) undergoing chemo. ## Hello, Ann! How are you? No, that's not a common side effect of Acyclovir, the FDA lists the most common ones as including nausea, dizziness, diarrhea and headache. However, most times, when someone is prescribed this medication, they are told to drink a lot of water, or are given a lot of water by their care givers, which could explain the change in urine volume. In rare cases, this medication has caused kidney crystals, which could lead to kidney failure, so most people are told to take it with lot of water, to help prevent this from occurring. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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Expired Acyclovir medicine

I have acyclovir with a date that is 2 years old. Is it still effective since it has not been opened? It is stored in a dark, dry cabinet. Thanks. ## It does not become dangerous, once expired, but it may have lost some efficacy, thus it would be best to see your doctor for a new prescription, if you need to take it. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach pain, and flatulence. Are you on any other medications? ...

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i have a bottle of alacyclovir

How can I find out who this medication was prescribedfor..I found it in my Childs room ## Hello, Bern! How are you? Is there any information on the bottle, at all? Such as a pharmacy name and prescription number? If so, you can go to the pharmacy and ask, though due to privacy issues they may not tell you. Though they will log it for future reference and that person will be listed in the drug database for giving away or selling prescription medications. Acyclovir is used to treat or prevent outbreaks of the herpes virus, including the simplex that causes cold sores. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach pain. Have you asked your child about it? Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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valacyclovir and nausea medication

What medication can I take with valacyclovir to help with nausea and vomiting? ## Hello, Wendy! How are you? Are you on a short-term dosage to deal with an outbreak, or do you take it regularly as a preventative? For short-term use of higher doses, there likely isn't much that will help, though your doctor may be able to prescribe something for nausea. However, if you're taking it long-term for prevention, then you may do better switching to either Acyclovir or Famcyclovir to see if they cause you less issues. ## Thankyou for your response. I had an outbreak on my mouth a month and a half a go and then 3 more over the next 2 weeks, then a week after that i got them in my nose. Last week i woke up thinking something had scratched my eyeand went to the doc and he said i had a blis... ...

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Valacyclovir Hcl 1 Gram ,Acyclovir 40mg

What's the difference of both medication? ## Both Valaciclovir and Acivlovir are used to treat the same condtions, since both are antiviral medications, but the Acyclovir is believed to be less Cycotoxic. Learn more Valacyclovir details here. Learn more Acyclovir details here. Have you been given a choice of which one to use? ...

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What Is The Experation Date Of Acyclovir

An friend gave me a bottle of acyclovir over two years old can it still be used for the same purpose at this time, or has it lost its affectiveness completely. With no symptons at this time I will often use this medicine unexpired of course just for its clealiness qualities in the vaginal area. ## It has probably not lost all of its effectiveness, completely, but if it is in a bottle that has been opened, such as one from a pharmacy and not a factory sealed bottle, then it does start to lose effectiveness, after a year. This is not one of the ones that gets dangerous or toxic, after its expiration, but it will probably not be as effective, as it was, when it was new. The effectiveness duration can also be affected by other factors, such as storage, because heat, moisture and light will ... ...

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Acyclovir + Hydrocodone/Acetaminophen for herpes

I just recently found out I have herpes. My Dr prescribed me Acyclovir for the herpes and 5-325 Hydrocodone-Acetaminophen for the discomfort. Will the hydrocodone really help with the pain? ## Hello, Fml! How are you? Herpes affects the nerve ganglia, wherever your infection is located, either the abdominal area, or your face/head. Thus, while you see the blisters and sores, which can be quite uncomfortable, it can also cause some deeper pain, because of the way its affecting the nerves. Many that experience genital herpes also develop other symptoms, during a breakout, such as aches, pains and fever. That would be my guess as to why your doctor prescribed the Norco, though the best thing to do would be to ask them. The FDA classifies this medication as a narcotic analgesic, so it has t... ...

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I PURCHASED THIS PILL OVER THE INTERNET IT MAKES ME FEEL A LOT BETTER BUT IS IT 400 OR 800 MILIGRAMS THIS IS IMPORTANT WITH PRICE DIFFERENTIAL ## This appears to be an 800mg Acyclovir tablet, the active ingredient in Zovirax, an antiviral medication. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, vertigo and headache. Read more: Is there anything else I can help you with? ...

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doxycycl hycl cap 100mg & acyclovir 400mg side effects

I had laser surgery on my face last Friday 6/12/15 I was prescribed to take acyclovir 3 days prior to treatment & then started doxy cycl 100 mg I also take 175 much of synthroid. I started noticing like heart fluttering or palpitations even thought it was heart burn. Went to the clinic mon night & had an EKG & everything checked out. Not sure if I'm having a reaction to the prescriptions. I'm having anxiety could hardly sleep last night. Any suggestions? ## Hello, Nancy! How are you? I'm sorry about the problem you've had. It's difficult to determine which medication may have caused the palpitations, that's a possible side effect of most that are on the market, as listed by the FDA. However, if the EKG didn't show any reason to worry and your doct... ...

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Relief of abdominal pain due to side effect of Acyclovir

Please advise what would offer relief of abdominal pain as a result of taking Acyclovir (prescribed) for a severe bout of eczema. Apart from the pain, there is also nausea &vomiting ## Hi Jocelyn, Have you ever considered using essential oils for stomach issues? I've personally used peppermint oil for problems like this and had great relief. For Nausea, I recommend diffusing peppermint oil or diluting it with coconut/olive oil and rubbing it on the neck and stomach. Here is a link to a page gives information about other oils you can use for Nausea/vomiting. The oils listed should also help with abdominal pain. I hope this helps! ...

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can i take valacyclovir and amoxtr 875 125 mg simultaneously to treat mouth sore

My doctor prescribed me valacyclovir.I took the full dose (2 pills in AM, 2 pills in PM of same day.) That was yesterday. My mouth sore is bigger! I have amoxtrk 875=125 as well as ayclovir 800mg (6 pills) Can I take either of these two prescriptions considering that I took valacyclovr yesterday? I really need this mouth sore to disappear asap!!! ## Hello, Jill! How are you doing? Both Valacyclovir and Acyclovir are only effective against the herpes simplex virus that causes cold sores and, once you've already gotten a cold sore, that initial dose you took on the first day is enough. Taking more by adding the Acyclovir will not do anything, nor will it help it to heal up any faster. Basically, once you have the cold sore, you have the cold sore and the only thing that's going to... ...

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G 0037

G 0037 ## This is Acyclovir 800mgs, a generic for Zovirax. It is used to treat certain types of yeast infections and can also be used to help herpes sores heal fast so the breakout lasts a shorter period of time. ...

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 Sitavig Acyclovir

Aciclovir (ACV), also known as acyclovir, is an antiviral medication.[3] It is primarily used for the treatment of herpes simplex virus infections, chickenpox, and shingles.[4] Other uses include prevention of cytomegalovirus infections following transplant and severe complications of Epstein-Barr virus infection.[4][5] It can be taken by mouth, applied as a cream, or injected.[4] Common side effects include naus...

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