Buy Aciclovir Tablets for Herpes Online in the UK
Aciclovir is used to treat viral infections, such as chickenpox, genital herpes, shingles and cold sores. It is also used to prevent infections in those with a lowered immune system. When taking aciclovir, it is best to drink a lot of water, to avoid dehydration. This is especially important for those who are elderly or have a dose of 4G a day or higher. It is recommended for those with nervous system abnormalities to make sure the doctor knows before starting treatment.
This treatment pack contains two strengths of Aciclovir Tablets, see below:
168 Aciclovir 400mg Tablets - for prevention of a recurrence/re-appearance of genital herpes (previously diagnosed)
50 Aciclovir 200mg Tablets - for herpes outbreaks
Please make sure any and all sexual partners are also tested.
The manufacturer of the product supplied may vary. Please read the patient information leaflet that is provided with the product.
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Aciclovir 200mg tablets for a cold sore outbreak directions
ONE tablet to be taken for FIVE times a day for FIVE days this treatment can continue for an additional FIVE days if new lesions occur during treatment.
Aciclovir 400mg tablets for prevention of cold sores
ONE tablet to be taken TWICE a day.
Preventative treatment should be interrupted periodically at intervals of six to twelve months, in order to observe possible changes in the natural history of the disease.
There are other medicines which can affect the potency of aciclovir. The ones that need to be closely monitored are those who take:-
- Cimetidine - These can increase the concentration of aciclovir.
- Ciclosporin - Doctors may monitor kidney function.
- Theophylline - Used to treat those with asthma and other breathing problems.
- Mycophenolate Mofetil - For those who take high doses of aciclovir at the same time, blood levels of both drugs may increase.
- Zidovudine - Used in HIV infection.
See the patient information leaflet for a full list of side effects.