Tamiflu 75mg Capsules
- Effective Anti-Viral Flu Medication
- Active Ingredient: Oseltamivir
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Tamiflu is a flu treatment belonging to a group of medicines called neuraminidase inhibitors that work by supressing the symptoms of the flu virus infection and preventing it spreading further inside the body.
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Tamiflu Capsules contain the active ingredient oseltamivir and is used in cases where you have flu symptoms or people in your community are suffering from the flu virus and can be used in adults, children and infants.
Tamiflu Capsules work by preventing the virus from spreading around the body while helping to ease and prevent the symptoms caused by the flu.
Influenza can cause symptoms such as:
- Sudden fever
- Extreme fatigue
- Runny nose
- Muscle aches
- Loss of appetite
- Sore throat
- Dry cough
See more information on the flu virus here on the NHS website.
While the Tamiflu BNF information holds all the important information for the capsules the warnings and precautions of medicines are usually written in the patient information leaflet and should be read before treatment is commenced. Some of the Tamiflu BNF precautions in certain groups of people states:
Although safety data are limited, oseltamivir can be used in women who are pregnant when the potential benefit outweighs the risk for example during a pandemic.
Although safety data are limited, oseltamivir can be used in women who are breast-feeding when the potential benefit outweighs the risk. Oseltamivir is the preferred drug in women who are breast-feeding.
Avoid for treatment and prevention if glomerular filtration rate is less than 10 mL/minute/1.73 m2 in both adults and children
What Is Tamiflu?
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Tamiflu is a brand name of the medication called Oseltamivir. It belongs to a group of antiviral medicines and is used to both treat and prevent influenza A and B. Many health care professionals often recommended its use to people who are at high risk of complications if the flu virus is contracted.
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Tamiflu Oseltamivir 75mg X 10 Capsules
Tamiflu Oseltamivir 75mg X 10 Capsules is the full course of treatment for most people, two capsules are taken twice a day for 5 days.
Before opening the packet of Tamiflu Oseltamivir 75mg X 10 Capsules you should have a read through the patient information leaflet. Tamiflu is not always safe for you to take with other medicines so you should discuss treatment with your GP if you take any of the following medicines:
Tamiflu 75 mg Oral Capsule
While using Tamiflu 75 mg Oral Capsule there are other things you can do any home to help speed up your recovery time, this includes:
- Drink plenty of clear fluids
- Get plenty of rest
- Keeping warm
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You can view a full list of our other cough and cold treatments here at My Pharmacy.
How To Take Tamiflu Capsules
Instructions on How To Take Tamiflu Capsules should be followed at all times by followed the How To Take Tamiflu Capsules instructions you will help minimise the risk of side effects such as nausea or vomiting especially if they are taken with food.
How To Take Tamiflu Capsules:
- Swallow Tamiflu whole with water
- Do not break or chew the capsules
- Tamiflu can be taken with or without food
Tamiflu Dosing varies depending on age, weight and whether or not you have a weakened immune system. You doctor will work out the right Tamiflu Dosing for you, or if you’re ordering them online you should follow the Tamiflu Dosing instructions in the patient information leaflet carefully when you have received them.
The usual recommended dose:
- Two capsules should be taken daily preferably take one in the morning and one in the evening for 5 days
Those with a weakened immune system usually have to extent the dose for up to 10days but you should discuss treatment with your GP first.
Tamiflu Side Effects
Tamiflu Side Effects can occur but that does not mean everybody will get them, some Tamiflu Side Effects, that may occur in adults and child over 13 years of age includes but are not limited to:
Very common side effects
Common side effects
- Cold sore virus
- Pain in limb
- Runny nose
- Sleeping difficulties
- Sore throat
- Upper abdominal fullness
- Upper respiratory tract infections
- Upset stomach
Uncommon side effects
- Allergic reactions
- Altered level of consciousness
- Heart rhythm abnormalities
- Mild to severe liver function disorders
- Skin reactions
Rare side effects
- Visual disturbances
A full list of Tamiflu Side Effects including those that may occur in children under 13 years of age can be viewed here in the Patient Information Leaflet.
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Tamiflu Capsules To Suspension
In some cases, you may need to change Tamiflu Capsules To Suspension, this is done when someone is either too young to swallow a capsule or has difficulty swallowing.
How to change Tamiflu Capsules To Suspension
If you have been prescribed Tamiflu Capsules and you have difficulty swallowing, you should let your doctor now, he/she can organise a suspension, you would never be expected to make it yourself. However, the suspension is usually achieved by using the contents of a capsule and grinding it down into a fine powder.
Tamiflu Hard Capsules
Tamiflu Hard Capsules should be stored correctly to ensure that when you need to use it, it is safe to take and to keep others safe from harm.
You should store Tamiflu Hard Capsules:
- Keep this medicine out of the sight and reach of children
- Do not use this medicine after the expiry date which is stated on the box
- Store below 25°C
- Store in the original package
Returning any unused or expired Tamiflu Hard Capsules to your local pharmacy for safe disposal will help protect others and the environment.
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Before using Tamiflu 75 Mg Capsules you should check the full list of ingredients to make sure you are not allergic to any of them, if you are allergic to any of the Tamiflu 75 Mg Ingredients you should contact a doctor or pharmacist for advice.
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You can often treat the flu without seeing your GP and should begin to feel better in about a week.
Check if you have flu
Flu symptoms come on very quickly and can include:
a sudden fever – a temperature of 38C or above
feeling tired or exhausted
dry, chesty cough
loss of appetite
diarrhoea or tummy pain
nausea and being sick
The symptoms are similar for children, but they can also get pain in their ear and appear less active.
Telling the difference between cold and flu
Cold and flu symptoms are similar, but flu tends to be more severe.
Appears quickly within a few hours Appears gradually
Affects more than just your nose and throat Affects mainly your nose and throat
exhausted and too unwell to carry on as normal Unwell, but you’re OK to carry on
How to treat flu yourself
To help you get better more quickly:
rest and sleep
take paracetamol or ibuprofen to lower your temperature and treat aches and pains
drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration (your pee should be light yellow or clear)
Be careful not to use flu remedies if you’re taking paracetamol and ibuprofen tablets as it’s easy to take more than the recommended dose.
How to avoid spreading the flu
Flu is very infectious and easily spread to other people. You’re more likely to give it to others in the first 5 days.
Flu is spread by germs from coughs and sneezes, which can live on hands and surfaces for 24 hours.
To reduce the risk of spreading flu:
wash your hands often with warm water and soap
use tissues to trap germs when you cough or sneeze
bin used tissues as quickly as possible
See how to wash your hands correctly
How to prevent flu
The flu vaccine reduces the risk of catching flu, as well as spreading it to others.
It’s more effective to get the vaccine before the start of the flu season (December to March).
Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them. Many of the side effects listed below may also be caused by influenza.
The following serious side effects have been rarely reported since oseltamivir has been marketed:
Anaphylactic and anaphylactoid reactions: severe allergic reactions, with face and skin swelling, itchy rashes, low blood pressure and breathing difficulties
Hepatic disorders (fulminant hepatitis, hepatic function disorder and jaundice): yellowing of the skin and white of the eyes, change in stool color, changes in behaviour
Angioneurotic oedema: sudden onset of severe swelling of the skin mainly around the head and neck area, including eyes and tongue, with difficulties breathing
Stevens-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis: complicated, possibly life-threatening allergic reaction, severe inflammation of the outer and possibly inner skin, initially with fever, sore throat, and fatigue, skin rashes, leading to blisters, peeling, shedding of larger areas of skin, possible breathing difficulties and low blood pressure
Gastrointestinal bleeding: prolonged bleeding from the large bowel or spitting up blood
Neuropsychiatric disorders, as described below.
If you notice any of these symptoms, get medical help immediately.
The most frequently (very common and common) reported side effects of Tamiflu are feeling or being sick (nausea, vomiting), stomach ache, stomach upset, headache and pain. These side effects mostly occur after the first dose of the medicine and will usually stop as treatment continues. The frequency of these effects is reduced if the medicinal product is taken with food.
For a full list of side effects see the maunfacturers patient information leaflet.
Further information can be found on the manufacturers
Paitient Information Leaflet and printed if required.