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Apart from the vaccine, the use of anti-viral medicines has also been widely used to treat deadly viral diseases.

Our antiviral medicines are soo effective and work to fight infection. These medicines are not allowed to be taken without medical expert advice.

There are different antiviral medicines are available at our online medical store for each type of infection. Antiviral medicines are mostly used by doctors in the treatment of flu.

These antiviral medications are available in various forms, such as tablets, capsules, syrups, powders or intravenously are also delivered into the patient’s body to treat any viral diseases.

Antiviral medicines are much effective and work to save millions of lives every year. These antiviral drugs work in the body in two ways to eliminate the virus. The first is to kill the bacteria by attacking them directly and the second is to stop the bacteria from growing.

This medicine works in conjunction with a specific enzyme that inhibits DNA synthesis and effectively eliminates viral infection.

Dosage and prescription of the antiviral medicine depend on the health condition of the patient, stage of infection and the type of viral infection. Antiviral medicines can be taken in many forms, such as it can be used as an oral tablet, an eye medicine, and a skin ointment.

Special antiviral medicine for pregnant women is also at our online medical store. Since the woman’s immune system does not fully recover until two weeks after delivery, a number of measures are needed during this time. Some oral tablets and antiviral inhalation powder are considered safe and widely used in this situation.

All types of antiviral medicines are easily available at our online medical store at a very low cost and have improved water solubility and improved bioavailability when taken orally.

Many of the antiviral medicines are also available as topical creams for the treatment of various viral diseases and are very effective against deadly viruses.

Frequently asked questions about antiviral medicines?

1. how does antiviral medicine works?

Antiviral drugs work by repairing infected cells in the body and preventing virus replication. However, it does not act like antibiotics that are effective against bacterial infections, but they are not as effective against viral infections such as colds.

All antiviral drugs work by blocking the copying of genetic material (such as DNA or RNA) present in the virus, thereby preventing the spread of the virus and the risk of infection. As mentioned above, viruses invade living cells to survive and thrive there.

In such a situation, it can be difficult to make a drug that targets only the virus. Most antiviral medicines are made by targeting a specific virus and mainly affect a specific type of virus. However, the effect of all these medicines is based on the same principle.

2. Antiviral medication is necessary for which condition?

Antiviral medication is necessary in the following cases or situations:

  • Children 2 years old or younger
  • People 65 years of age or older
  • Pregnant women
  • Postpartum women (2 weeks after delivery)
  • People who have low immunity (HIV positive, cancer patients and those taking treatment for it)
  • Suffering from serious illness (such as heart disease etc.
  • Persons under the age of 19 and taking aspirin for a long time
    Obese
  • Persons residing in old age homes or nursing homes.

3. Antiviral medicines cures which viral infection?

Antiviral medicines are effective against many viral diseases and infections. Some of the common viral infections include:

  • Flu
  • Genital herpes
  • Hepatitis B and hepatitis C
  • Ebola
  • Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
  • H1N1.

4. Antiviral drugs for pregnant women: when are they needed?

To begin with, it is necessary to say that drugs should be taken with a cold. At the beginning of pregnancy, the immunity of the expectant mother is greatly reduced. This is to ensure that the embryo can safely enter the wall of the uterus. Otherwise, a woman’s body simply rejects the foreign body.

In connection with a decrease in immune protection, the future mother becomes more susceptible to various viral infections. In some cases, the pregnant woman feels chills, body aches, sore throat, heaviness in the head, runny nose and in some cases fever.

This situation is quite dangerous for an uninvolved child. This is why it is advisable for pregnant women to start antiviral medications as soon as possible. The pills and antiviral medicines should be prescribed by the doctor. Self-medication can lead to not very pleasant results.

5. How do you take antiviral medicines?

Most of the antiviral drugs are taken orally but there is some medication that is to be taken in a different form depending upon the medical condition of the patient. These antiviral medicines are available in various forms, some are listed below:

  • Injections
  • Antiviral creams and lotions
  • Eyedrops
  • Inhaled powders
  • Skin ointments etc.

6. What are the similarity between antiviral medicines and antibiotics?

Viral infection and bacterial infection are two very different pains, although each is commonly mistaken for the other. This is because the symptoms are often similar or very similar. An antiviral and an antibiotic are both drugs designed to ward off illness by attacking the disease-causing the infection.

An antiviral and an antibiotic can usually be taken at the same time if a doctor thought it necessary. This mostly applies to high-risk patients such as pregnant women and the elderly. Common side effects of antivirals and antibiotics include upset stomach and diarrhoea, although in most cases, the benefits outweigh the risks.

7. What are the most common side effects of antiviral medicines?

The side effect of antiviral drugs depends upon the dosage and health condition of a patient. Some of the most common symptoms are given below:

  • Headaches
  • Fatigue
  • Cough
  • Dry mouth
  • Insomnia
  • Dizziness
  • Joint pain etc.