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Nexavir and sore throat

Discussion in 'Antivirals, Antibiotics and Immune Modulators' started by soxfan, May 26, 2011.

  1. soxfan

    soxfan Senior Member

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    It will take me a few days to get the compound posted. My husband has it and he is working but I will get it posted. I saw my doctor (Dr. K) last Friday and he told me to stop the Nexavir because he said if I was going to have any results I would have by now. He also told me about a young patient of his (teenager) who was housebound and within a few weeks after taking the Nexavir was back at school. I am thinking he feels it doesn't take too long.

    The vials are expensive. I think I paid 150.00 for 20 doses and I had 40 doses. I would have kept at it had I felt even a little something but I didn't. I think it is now time for me to try another antiviral.
     
  2. Sushi

    Sushi Moderator and Senior Member Albuquerque

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    On the Nexco site they say this about the gel:

    Village Compounding (they work with Nexco) has provided these answers to patient questions regarding Nexavir compounded as Transdermal Gel:
    The gel does require a prescription.
    The gel is made to order, not kept in stock.
    Three Nexavir vials of 20mL each are formulated into one syringe of of 30mL gel, delivering 50mg/mL of Nexavir Liver Derivative.
    Have your physician write a Prescription for Nexavir gel 50mg/mL.
    Comparing Doses - One mL of Nexavir gel = 2 mL of injectable product = 50 mg.
    Since the gel is compounded to order, your doctor may prescribe other concentrations. Contact Village Compounding Pharmacy for more information.


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