Tacvido 0.03% Ointment can be taken orally either with a meal or without. Although it is best advised that the medicine is taken without food, patients who suffer from nausea and experience stomach problems can take it along with a meal. But in this case, the body absorbs a smaller amount of the drug. However, your choice of taking the medicine should be constant. Do not take the drug without meal on some occasions and with meal on others. This will greatly affects the amount of medicine the body takes in at a time.
The dosage of the medicine generally depends on the weight of the patient, his health, results of the blood tests done and the body's response to the treatment. Before you discontinue with Tacvido 0.03% Ointment seek your doctor's advice.
Side effects are a part and parcel of taking medicine. Some side effects are temporary and disappear with time, whereas other can be more severe results in major complications. Tacvido 0.03% Ointment results in some minor side effects which include appetite loss, headache, problems with sleep, diarrhea and a tingling sensation in the hands and the feet. A few major side effects include kidney problems, irregular heartbeat, dizziness and severe pain in the stomach. There is also a rare chance that a patient may develop a brain infection, which can result in severe complications. Thus, if you experience symptoms like excessive weakness, problems with concentration and thinking, problems with muscle mobility, seizure and vision issues, seek medical help immediately.
Information given here is based on the salt and content of the medicine. Effect and uses of medicine may vary from person to person. It is advicable to consult a Allergist/Immunologist before using this medicine.