Centrex 500 Mg
Centrex 500 Mg (valacyclovir) is an antiviral prescription medication which is used to treat patients who are suffering from outbreaks of the herpes simplex virus. Centrex 500 Mg is also used to treat cold sores and shingles. Centrex 500 Mg drug has been clinically proven to reduce the duration and the severity of outbreaks as well as limiting the occurrence of future outbreaks.
Centrex 500 Mg also helps to reduce the risk of transmission of infection to other people. In the case of chickenpox, one should take Valtrex as soon as possible when the chickenpox rashes appear.
Drug = Valacyclovir
Strength = 500 Mg
Manufacturer = Centurion Lab
How To Take
Taking centrex 500 Mg medicine will not prevent you from passing genital herpes to other people. Herpes infections are contagious and you can infect other people even while you are taking with valacyclovir and hair loss. centrex 500 Mg is not share valacyclovir with another person, even if they have the same symptoms you have.
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Valacyclovir can harm kidneys and red blood cells. Before taking Centrex, a physician must be informed of any of Centrex 500 Mg following medical conditions:
HIV or other conditions that weaken the immune system
History of kidney or bone marrow transplant
Harmful effects to the kidneys may be increased if Centrex 500 Mg medicine is used with other medicines that harm the kidneys. Centrex can interact with the following medications:
Medications for bowel disorders
Medications preventing organ transplant rejection
Some pain and arthritis medications
Injectable osteoporosis medications
The above list is not complete, inform a physician of all medications being taken to prevent any drug interaction and adverse effects.
Centrex 50 Mg is used for l treatment of viral infections of skin, mucus membrane, genitals and eyes caused by herpes virus including cold sores (blisters on and around your lips) and shingels (painful rashes usually in the form of a strip of blisters). Centrex 500 Mg is also used for treatment of recurrent genital herpes infections, to treat chickenpox in children.
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