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Can Hydroxychloroquine Really Help Us Get Rid of Viruses? 

 

Many viral diseases can have debilitating effects on their victims, ranging from simply annoying to life-threatening. Luckily, hydroxychloroquine 200 Mg  may be able to help us fight off these viruses before they take hold in our bodies and spread throughout our systems. Here’s a closer look at how this medicine works and how it can help you and your family get relief from viral diseases faster than you ever thought possible!

 

Antiviral properties

Hydroxychloroquine is an antiviral medication that is used to treat or prevent certain types of viruses. It is most commonly used to treat or prevent malaria, but it can also be used to treat other viral diseases such as HIV and hepatitis C. Hydroxychloroquine 400 Mg  works by preventing the growth of viruses. It does this by interfering with the ability of the virus to multiply. Hydroxychloroquine is not a cure for viral infections, but it can help to reduce the symptoms and shorten the duration of the illness.

 

 

What kind of diseases can be treated with hydroxychloroquine?

Hydroxychloroquine is most commonly used to treat malaria, lupus, and rheumatoid arthritis. However, some studies have shown that it may also be effective in treating viral diseases such as influenza and COVID-19. It’s still unclear whether hydroxychloroquine can help with other viruses like colds or chickenpox. Research has not been able to identify a clear connection between these illnesses and the drug.

The medication does appear to work for patients who suffer from mild cases of West Nile virus, but the side effects can make it difficult for people who are taking this drug on a long-term basis.

It's worth noting that hydroxychloroquine isn't always effective for everyone because it varies from person to person depending on their medical history and other medications they are taking. A doctor should always be consulted before any treatment begins!

 

How much should I take and how long should I continue taking it?

While the dosage and length of time for taking hydroxychloroquine differs depending on the individual case, it is generally recommended that people take 200 mg per day for at least two weeks. Some people may need to take it for longer, while others may only need to take it for a shorter period of time. The treatment should not be interrupted without medical advice. In some cases, it can take up to six months or more before symptoms subside. You should not stop taking this medication without consulting your doctor first!

 

Disadvantages of hydroxychloroquine treatment

While hydroxychloroquine has been shown to be effective in treating some viral diseases, there are also some disadvantages to using this medication. For one, it can cause serious side effects like anemia, headache, and even heart problems. Additionally, it's unclear how well it works against certain viruses, and it may not be as effective as other treatments. Finally, because it's a medication, it must be taken correctly and under the supervision of a doctor, which can add to the cost of treatment.

 

Taking this medicine with other medicines

Hydroxychloroquine is usually taken with other medicines, such as immunosuppressants. These work by weakening your immune system so that it can’t fight off infections as well. This can make you more likely to get sick from viruses, including the common cold and flu. However, there is some evidence that hydroxychloroquine may help to treat viral infections, such as COVID-19. One study showed that when patients took a small dose of HCQ on a daily basis they were less likely to catch influenza A than those who took a placebo (sugar pill).

The study was only done for 12 weeks and HCQ needs to be studied for longer periods of time before we know if this will be effective for everyone.

Another study found that HCQ helped kill mycobacterium tuberculosis which causes TB.

HCQ has also been shown to help control relapses in people with multiple sclerosis.

HCQ does not seem to have any side effects but we need further research on what the long term consequences might be.

 

 

 

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