21 Oct 2010
Tamiflu is part of a class of drugs called neuraminidase inhibitors. Neuraminidase (an enzyme found on the flu virus) allows the flu virus to spread. By blocking this enzyme, Tamiflu limits the virus's ability to spread.
For more details, please talk to your doc/pharmacist, take care.
- Tamiflu Information for Consumers
- Tamiflu Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Tamiflu (detailed)
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I had my regular Flu Vacc. and I am not sure what indication or signs should I take serious for starting taking Tamiflu. I am 17 yoa. I have ...
1 answer • 15 Sep 2009
1 answer • 9 Oct 2009
I've seen some press recently which may indicate that Tamiflu is not safe for kids.
1 answer • 3 Nov 2009
Or it is to late for Tamiflu?
2 answers • 24 Feb 2010
I was diagnosed with influenza and have been taking Tamiflu for two days. I woke up with a rash all?
... over my body this morning that feels tingly and warm to the touch. Should I quit taking the Tamiflu, and take Benadryl? Or can I take both ...
1 answer • 29 Dec 2011