An outbreak of coronavirus in late December 2019 quickly spread around the world, causing critical damage to health care systems. Researchers at the University of Kentucky and Goethe University Frankfurt conducted a study that resulted in a list of drugs showing efficacy against COVID-19.
Among these drugs is the antiviral drug Favipiravir, which has been shown to be effective against strains of coronavirus.
The drug was developed by the Japanese company Toyama Chemical and was used to treat influenza. You can buy Favipiravir over the counter in our international pharmacy. Online ordering the medication will take you 2-3 minutes, which will save you a lot of time by avoiding going to a stationary pharmacy.
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What is Favipiravir?
Favipiravir is an antiviral drug used to treat influenza. In 2014, favipiravir was approved in Japan to treat cases of influenza that do not respond to conventional treatment. Given its efficacy against several strains of influenza, it has come to be used against Covid-19. The drug Favipiravir is available under several names: Avigan, Fapivir, and Favimol.
People who may need to buy Favipiravir tablets over the counter can order them from our Australian pharmacy at prices starting at $126 per pack.
Forms of medicine
Favipiravir / Avigan Oral Tablets: 400 mg
How does Favipiravir work?
The mechanism of action of favipiravir is new compared to existing anti-influenza drugs, which mainly prevent entry and exit of the virus from cells. Active Favipiravir-RTP selectively inhibits RNA polymerase and prevents viral genome replication.
How should this medicine be used?
Follow the directions on your prescription label carefully and ask your doctor or pharmacist for more information. Take this medicine at least 30 minutes before meals.
The usual dosage for adults is as follows:
Day 1: 1600 mg in the morning and 1600 mg in the evening, twice a day.
Day 2-14: 600 mg in the morning and 600 mg in the evening, twice a day.
The standard course of the drug is 7-14 days, depending on the severity of the disease and the doctor’s recommendations.
Do not take Favipiravir if you are allergic to any of its contents. Inform your doctor if you have gout, heart, liver or kidney problems.
Do not take Favipiravir if you are pregnant, think you are pregnant or planning for pregnancy. Avoid breastfeeding while taking Favipiravir. Use effective contraception during and for seven days after the treatment with Favipiravir.
Seek medical help immediately if you have a severe cough, fever, or difficulty breathing.
The safety of Favipiravir in children is not known, so please consult a doctor if you have any concerns regarding the use of Favipiravir in children.
Side Effects of Favipiravir
- Hyperuricemia (elevated uric acid)
- Reduced neutrophil count
- Abdominal pain
Some of the drugs that interact with favipiravir have shown to have the effect of reduced or increased metabolism, reduced or increased excitation, and reduced or increased serum concentration when combined with favipiravir.
Some examples include:
- Acyclovir – a nucleoside analog antiviral used to treat herpes simplex, Varicella zoster, herpes zoster, herpes labialis, and acute herpetic keratitis; favipiravir decrease the rate of exception of acyclovir when combined.
- Aminophenazone is a pyrazolone with analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and antipyretic properties that carries a risk of agranulocytosis; favipiravir decreases its metabolism in the body when consumed together.
- Apomorphine drug used t increase movement in persons with Parkinson’s disease; its metabolism is reduced when consumed with favipiravir.
- Benzylpenicillin antibiotic for the treatment of bacterial infection shows reduced excretion when consumed with favipiravir.
- Chloroquine an antimalarial and anti-inflammatory drug shows a decrease in its metabolism when combined with favipiravir.
- Other drugs that interact with favipiravir are Diclofenac, digoxin, doxorubicin, edoxaban, fluorouracil, ibuprofen, hydrocortisone, hydroxychloroquine.
Store in a cool and dry place away from sunlight.
Can I take favipiravir during pregnancy?
Favipiravir should not be taken by a pregnant woman or a woman who thinks she can be pregnant as it can harm the unborn baby. A pregnant woman should not get into any sexual interaction or intercourse with a partner taking this medicine.
Can I take favipiravir while breastfeeding?
Favipiravir should not be taken by a breastfeeding woman.
Can I drive if I have consumed favipiravir?
Favipiravir does not alter driving ability. Patients with COVID-19 disease should stay home or in isolation ward of hospital and should avoid going out to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection.
Can I consume alcohol with favipiravir?
Avoid consuming alcohol when you are taking favipiravir.
How safe is it to buy Favipiravir over the counter?
Buying Favipiravir online is as safe as buying it at a physical pharmacy. Our service guarantees the high quality of the medication.
Why should I order Favipiravir without a prescription from an online pharmacy? Here are just a few reasons:
- The low price of Favipiravir;
- Wide range of payment methods;
- Inexpensive delivery to any convenient place;
- Without a prescription.
After consulting with a doctor, you only need to add the product to the cart, enter your contact information and pay for it. The antiviral drug will be delivered as soon as possible.
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