Rules For Use Of Antiviral Drugs?
Good morning, what are the rules for using anti-viral medicines? Does it have to run out like an antibiotic drug even though it’s recovered?
What antiviral medication are you using and for what indication? Antiviral drugs are used to treat viral infections, for example hepatitis, chickenpox, herpes, CMV. The use of antiviral drugs must be in accordance with the doctor's recommendations and under the supervision of a doctor. Patients should not take antivrus medication alone or stop taking it themselves.
Therefore, I suggest that you consult with the doctor who treats you about the use of antiviral drugs, because each antiviral certainly has a different dose depending on the type of drug, indications of the disease, and the patient's condition (age, body weight, presence or absence of concomitant diseases such as kidney or liver disorders). The duration of treatment also depends on the condition of each patient.
If you get medicine from a doctor, you can consume anti-virus until it runs out, but it would be better if asked again to the doctor who gave the drug because the doctor is more familiar with the type of medication given and your condition.
Hope it helps you,