Denavir is a antiviral medication. Antivirals are used to treat infections caused by viruses. Usually they work for only one kind or group of virus infections. Denavir should be used to treat cold sores on the lips and face only. Serious side effects have not been reported with the use of Denavir topical. Other less serious side effects may be more likely to occur. This medication should only be used on sores of the lips and face. Avoid use in or near the eyes, as irritation may occur. It is not known whether Denavir passes into breast milk. Do not use Denavir if you are breast-feeding a baby without first talking to your doctor. Apply Denavir every two hours during waking hours for four days to your cold sore with your finger or a cotton swab. Wash hands to prevent it from coming into contact with your eyes or other areas to prevent irritation. Denavir is generally well tolerated in all clinical trials - the most frequently reported adverse events with denavir and placebo in the pivotal trials, respectively, are headache and application site reaction.
Side Effects of Denavir
The following side effects of Denavir may includes:
Warning and precautions before taking Denavir
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