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At OnlineClinic, you can order Aciclovir tablets to effectively treat the symptoms of the herpes virus, including cold sores and shingles. The dosage and usage will vary dependant on the type and severity of the of the herpes. Here, we offer both 200mg and 800mg tablets with a easy reordering process making obtaining treatment for recurrent bouts even quicker.
To buy medication in the UK, you must first complete a quick and simple consultation to be issued a prescription. We provide this through a free and confidential online consultation reviewed by one of our team of doctors before ordering the correct treatment and dosage for you. Our doctors are on hand 24/7 to issue your prescription, ready for next day delivery. Medication is always discreetly packaged, allowing you to have your treatment delivered anywhere with confidence and peace of mind.
Aciclovir is one of the most commonly used antiviral drugs that you can buy online to treat herpes virus. Aciclovir tablets provide effective treatment for outbreaks of the herpes virus including genital herpes, chicken pox, cold sores and shingles, so that you can effectively manage your condition. This highly effective medication works by preventing viruses from multiplying, and this reduces the severity of the infection, stopping it from spreading.
Taking this treatment within 24 hours after the first signs of an outbreak could help speed up recovery time from cold sores and genital herpes and stop the spread of the shingles rash around the body, as well as alleviating any symptoms.
|Short facts about Aciclovir|
|How to take||
Take a 800mg dose of Aciclovir, 5 times a day for 7 days to treat shingles (herpes zoster infection).
|How it works||
Aciclovir inhibits enzymes essential in the spread of the virus. The body can then attack the virus more effectively and recovery time will improve.
Aciclovir effectively manages genital herpes, shingles and cold sores. Taking this treatment within 24 hours after the first signs of an outbreak will speed up recovery.
Valtrex is currently available to buy in a 200mg or 800mg dosage.
Side effects aren't very common, but may include diarrhoea, dizziness, stomach pain, itching and headaches.
This medication works by stopping the spread of the viral cells by inhibiting enzymes instrumental in their spread. This allows your body to attack the virus more effectively in order to push it back into an inactive state. Therefore, taking Aciclovir as soon as possible can greatly improve recovery time, as the virus wouldn't have had time to progress far enough.
Aciclovir should be taken in different doses dependent on whether you are using it for the treatment genital herpes, cold sores or shingles.
The two dosages of Aciclovir that are currently available to buy from OnlineClinic are 200mg and 800mg. The dosage you take is dependent on whether you're using the medication to treat shingles, cold sores or genital herpes. See the 'How to use Aciclovir?' section above for more information.
Although side effects are possible when taking Aciclovir, they are rare and the majority of them are very mild and temporary. The most common potential side effects include:
Before you buy Aciclovir tablets, it's important to take into account the following precautions, in order to ensure your safety:
Note: Decisions about treatment are for both the prescriber and the person to jointly consider during the consultation. However, the final decision will always be the prescriber’s.
|Description||Aciclovir is an antiviral drug that is used to treat the symptoms of herpes including genital herpes, cold sores and shingles|
|Exemption||Subject to medical prescription|
|Available dosage||200mg, 800mg|
|Application||Men and women over 18 with genital herpes, cold sores and/or shingles|
|Usage||For herpes and cold sores take 200mg 5 times a day for 5 days, for shingles take 800mg 5 times a day for 7 days|
|Alcohol consumption||No known influence|
|When breastfeeding||Caution is recommended, ask your doctor beforehand|
|When pregnant||Caution is recommended, ask your doctor|