Ocuvir 800 mg Tablet DT

How Ocuvir DT 800 Mg Tablet (Acyclovir) Works:

Acyclovir is an active antiviral medication in Ocuvir tablets which acts by preventing the multiplication of the virus in human cells thus stopping the virus from producing new viruses.

Before You Use Ocuvir DT 800 Mg Tablet (Acyclovir):

You should be sure that:

  • You are not allergic to it

  • It is not affecting the mother and baby during pregnancy/breastfeeding

  • It does not interact with the medicines you are taking with it

When Not To Use Ocuvir Dispersible Tablets 800 Mg (Acyclovir):

You should avoid using the tablets if you:

  • Are Allergic/Hypersensitive to it

  • If you are taking some medicines/supplements which raise the chances of Allergy or sunburn like Antibiotics and Medicines used in mood disorders

  • If you are pregnant/conceiving/Breastfeeding

Tell Your Doctor If You:

  • Are allergic to Ocuvir DT or any of its content

  • Are taking any other medicines for any disorder or diseases

  • Are using some Herbal Products or OTC medicines

  • Are Pregnant or trying to conceive baby or are breastfeeding. It may cause harm to the unborn or newly born baby

  • Have accidentally swallowed it

  • Have any Pre-existing Skin Disease, or any Surgery


Ocuvir DT 800 mg Tablet (Acyclovir) are used for viral infections like herpes or chicken pox or eye infection and are also available in various substitutes with different strengths at every leading drugstore, online pharmacy stores , and medical supply store. Always ask your doctor about the dosage and frequency of the drug as severity or age make a difference in dose of the drug to be taken which varies in every individual.

Patients are advised to take every dose at fixed time as directed by the doctor. It is not recommended for pregnant/breastfeeding women and children.

How Much Of Ocuvir DT 800 Mg Tablet (Acyclovir) Should Be Applied:

You are advised to take the dose as suggested by your doctor. Do not exceed than prescribed and try not to skip or stop in between the course even if you are feeling better.

How To Use Ocuvir DT 800 Mg Tablet (Acyclovir):

Ocuvir DT 800 mg Tablet should be taken at a fixed time with or without food or as directed by your doctor. Swallow the tablet as a whole with water. Do not chew or crush it. Do not give the tablets to others if you are feeling the same symptoms like you in others.

For How Long Should You Continue Applying Ocuvir DT 800 Mg Tablet (Acyclovir):

You should take these tablets for as long as directed by your physician. Moreover, its effects usually become noticeable as long as in 2-3 days to weeks. Do not stop taking in between if you are unable to see the effects soon. Always contact your doctor for any decision you want to take or he wanted you to take.

Overdose Of Ocuvir DT 800 Mg Tablet (Acyclovir):

Contact your doctor or reach nearby medical emergency centre if you are experiencing overdose symptoms like Swelling and redness, unusual tiredness and weakness, Black or tarry stools, etc.

Missed Dose Of Ocuvir DT 800 Mg Tablet (Acyclovir):

A missed dose of Ocuvir DT 800 mg Tablet should be taken as soon as you remember. Skip the dosage if it is the time for the next dosage. Do not double the dosage for next time if you missed once. Inform or ask your doctor if you have missed multiple doses.

Side Effects Of Ocuvir DT 800 Mg Tablet (Acyclovir):

The side effects of Ocuvir DT 800 mg Tablet include:

  • Swelling and redness

  • Abdominal pain

  • Increased thirst

  • Loss of appetite

  • Unusual tiredness and weakness

  • Black or tarry stools

  • Fever with chills

  • Seizures

  • Unusual bleeding

  • Diarrhea

  • Headache

Drugs Interact With Ocuvir DT 800 Mg Tablet (Acyclovir):

Using other OTC drugs, herbal supplements, vitamins, or any other substances may alter the medicinal effects of Ocuvir DT 800 mg Tablet.  It may cause either an allergic reaction or a serious effect and may nullify the effect of your tablets. Few drugs that are known to interact with Ocuvir DT 800 mg Tablet are mentioned below:

  • Phenytoin

  • Tacrolimus

  • Sulfasalazine


Ocuvir DT 800 mg Tablet should not be used in

  • Hypersensitive conditions/allergy

  • Sunburnt Skin

  • Open wounds and Injured Skin

  • It is used with extra caution in Kidney stones and old age people

  • It is not recommended for infants (<2 years) and in pregnant or breastfeeding women

Warning And Precautions:

  • Stop using it and consult your doctor if skin irritation or allergy persists.

  • Never use the expired product.

  • Always keep the tablets in proper conditions and out of the reach and sight of the children.

  • Do not have intercourse if you have genital sores or blisters. Even if you are taking Acivir for herpes, you should use barrier methods (condoms) during intercourse as you can still pass the disease on to other people.

Things To Remember:

  • Take plenty of water while taking this medicine to avoid kidney damage and accumulation of the medicine.

  • Read the insert/leaflet of the tablets thoroughly.

  • Inform your doctor about your medical history and follow the instructions as directed by the doctor.

How To Store Ocuvir DT 800 Mg Tablet (Acyclovir):

Keep Ocuvir DT 800 mg Tablet at cool temperature in a dry, dark and clean place. Avoid refrigeration of the tablets.

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