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For Cold Sores

Acyclovir 800 mg acts against cold sores by countering the herpes virus that causes them. It is used to reduce the severity and the recurrence of the oral sores associated with the condition. For most effectiveness, it is advised that the Acyclovir treatment is begun as soon as symptoms begin to appear. Physicians encourage users to maximize their intake of water to aid the drug. Acyclovir must not be distributed for use without due diagnosing and prescription, as it may be harmful to some people. Prescribed dosages should be not exceeded. All side effects must be reported to the prescribing physician. People with sensitivity to valaciclovir or allergies to any of the ingredients in the medicine may not be prescribed this drug. Elderly, immuno-compromised/deficient, dehydrated patients may also come under this category.

For Bell's Palsy

Previously, antiviral drugs like acyclovir were thought to be futile in treating Bell's palsy. There was, however, a supposed connection between Bell's palsy, the herpes simplex and varicella zoster viruses. Acyclovir was usually prescribed to deal with these symptoms. However, new research has shown some positive results of the use of acyclovir in combination with the other treatments at an overall level. Combining antivirals with the other medications has been controversial, however, some researchers are pointing to evidence of a shift in a more promising direction. While standalone effectiveness of antivirals in treating Bell’s palsy has been dismissed, the use of drugs like acyclovir in combination with steroids continues to be tested and debated.


Where To Buy Online

Acyclovir 800 mg is available at a number of online pharmacies. There is a noticeable absence of the drug from the catalogues of the popular online pharmacies and stores.

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Acyclovir 800 mg

Aciclovir is an antiviral compound commonly used in the treatment of herpes simplex virus infections, chickenpox and cold sores/shingles. It has been suggested by some researchers that acyclovir may be used in combination with other drugs to treat Bells Palsy. Acyclovir has been known to successfully relieve symptoms caused by the herpes virus, most commonly cold sores. It is an effective treatment for reducing the outbreaks associated with genital herpes. Acyclovir 800 mg is the generic name of the drug.


Acyclovir 800 mg has to be prescribed by a physician to be used safely and effectively. Dosages vary based on the conditions being treated and the medical history of the patient. It is important for the prescribing physician to be fully informed of any allergies and existing conditions of the kidney, immune system. The drug is not suitable for all people and is capable of reacting with other medicines and causing several side effects. Its use has to be monitored professionally and any side effects experienced must be reported.


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Prices range on average between 50c to $2 per pill. Some websites seem to offer deals on larger purchases. Some medical websites offer a time-bound treatment with the drug, priced according to the time and dosage prescribed.



Vilerm can be used to treat symptoms of herpes. It is available in topical and tablet form, manufactured by a Thai pharmaceutical company. It can be bought without a prescription with recommended dosages available on pharmaceutical websites. Side effects include dehydration and kidney impairment and pregnant use is not advised. Amazon offers the cream version of the drug for a range of prices, averaging at $7 a tube. User reviews are limited.


Zocovin is an antiviral agent available in tablet and cream form for the treatment of the symptoms of herpes simplex type 1 and 2 as well as varicella zoster. It is not recommended for people with kidney problems, for those allergic to acyclovir and valaciclovir and is unadvisable for pregnancy/lactation. Dosages vary on severity of infection, age and medical conditions. Amazon lists the cream available at an average price of $10 per tube. User feedback seems unavailable.

Acyclovir 800 mg