Zovirax Sterile Eye Ointment

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%3 4.5G



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The Zovirax Eye Ointment Contains 3% W / W Acyclovir In A Soft White Paraffin Base. One Gram Of Sterile Ointment Contains 30 Mg Of Acyclovir And 970 Mg Of Paraffin.

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1 review for Zovirax Sterile Eye Ointment

  1. Noha

    16 packs plz

    • WikiKenko - Health Encyclopedia

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      Hello Noha, this is WikiKenko.

      Zovirax Sterile Eye Ointment is an antiviral medicine that contains the active ingredient aciclovir. It is used to treat inflammation of the front of the eye (cornea) caused by infection with the herpes simplex virus (herpes simplex keratitis). It works by preventing the multiplication of the virus on the surface of your eyeball (cornea). You may want to consult with a doctor or pharmacist for more information on how to obtain Zovirax Sterile Eye Ointment.

      In some countries, it may require a prescription. However, availability and regulations may vary depending on your location. Some common side effects of Zovirax Eye Ointment include eye redness and a stinging sensation. These side effects are usually temporary and subside on their own.

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