|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Cart|
|30 Capsules||US$ 5.75||US$ 172.47|
|60 Capsules||US$ 5.49||US$ 329.66|
|90 Capsules||US$ 5.20||US$ 467.75|
Natclovir 250 mg is an antiviral medicine used to deal with viral infections because of cytomegalovirus (CMV infection) in immunocompromised humans who have undergone an organ or bone marrow transplantation. It also reduces the risk of blindness in extreme eye contamination because of CMV, often called CMV retinitis. This infection has no symptoms or may have symptoms like fatigue and fever. However, severe infections may include symptoms that include the brain, eyes, or other internal organs. This virus can spread through sexual and non-sexual contact with body secretions in immunocompromised people or those who have undergone transplants. Natclovir capsules are used to prevent the multiplication of the infection and treat the infection.
Do not take Natclovir 250 mg if allergic to Aciclovir, Ganciclovir, or any of the medicine’s ingredients. Never take the medicine without consulting the doctor or suggesting this medicine to someone else who has the same symptoms.
Speak to your doctor if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or taking any other prescription or nonprescription (herbal products, vitamin supplements). Use protection during sexual intercourse to avoid transmitting the infection to your partner. If you are someone with a weak immune system, inform your doctor you begin treatment with Ganciclovir medicine.
The medicine may interact in patients with low blood cells count, bone problems, liver problems, kidney impairment, organ transplant rejection, cancer, and bowel disorder. Ganciclovir can affect alertness and coordination, so it is important to avoid operating machines requiring complete attention.
The side effects of Natclovir 250 mg include dizziness, nausea, fatigue, headache, and fever. Speak to your doctor if any of the side effects worsen.
Natclovir 250 mg should be taken in the dose and period prescribed by the health care specialist. Swallow the medicine with a glass full of water. Do not chew or crush the capsule. One must take it with food for better absorption. Drink plenty of water during the treatment as it helps to prevent dehydration and kidney damage. Ganciclovir capsules should not be given to children below twelve years as their safety and effectiveness have not been established.