Natdac 60mg Tablet is an antiviral drug used for treating hepatitis C virus infection. This medicine is a combination which treats chronic hepatitis C infection. It may also be used in consolidation with sofosbuvir. Daclatasvir Tablets is not advised for use in patients with a history of infection with hepatitis B due to the increased risk of serious adverse reactions.
How to Use Natdac 60mg Tablet?
The patient is advised to take this drug as per the doctor's prescribed time and dose. You cannot chew or crush it. Instead, you have to swallow it whole. Natdac 60mg Tablet is to be taken with food but should be taken on a fixed time. You should drink a lot of fluid and eat a healthy diet to prevent its side effects. Please consult a doctor if you are pregnant or trying to conceive or breastfeeding.
Side Effects of Natdac 60mg Tablet
Several side effects of Natdac 60mg Tablet anemia, sleep disturbances, mental confusion, chest pain, memory problems, unusual tiredness, headache, diarrhea, severe skin rash, dizziness, shortness of breath.
Severe evening muscle cramps and horrible torment in the muscles
review by Juniper on 1/1/2020
Severe evening muscle cramps and horrible torment in the muscles off my left leg. Ordinary torment executioners, for example, Tylenol, are insufficient, so they need something more grounded for the pain.