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Shingles during colitis flare
I got shingles during a mild colitis flare. Was pdescribed 800mg acyclovir 5x a day for 7 days. The flare was resolving but am now experiencing constipation with mild cramping more mucous in stool. Side effect or just colitis? Acyclovir ok during colitis flare?
AskDocWeb: Constipation is not one of the listed possible side effects of Acyclovir. One of the causes of constipation is not drinking enouth water. Your body needs water to keep the stools soft and get them out of the body.
This drug really helps With shingles.
Is there a correlation between having thyroid nodules and taking oral acyclovir?
AskDocWeb: Not that we have seen. There are several conditions that can cause nodules to develop in a thyroid gland:
How long does the side effects last after stop taking Acyclovir? After taking two doses yesterday I feel extremely weak and disoriented. When I do get up my body feels very weak and light headed. I also have nausea, loss of appetite, headache, drymouth and restlessness. My doctor told me to stop using it. ThNks
AskDocWeb: The half-life of Acyclovir is about 3 hours. That's the amount of time it takes for half the drug to leave your system. If you have a healthy functioning elimination system your body will clear it to the point where it no longer has an effect within 15 hours.
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