All you need to know before ordering Hepcinat
Before ordering any drugs online, we insist that you should consult your doctor first and get a treatment plan made by your doctor that you need to follow. Yet some drugs that treat not life-threatening diseases can be used without a doctor’s supervision, such medications as Hepcinat require a responsible approach involving a comprehensive treatment plan in which the drug intake would be combined with additional medications as well as doctor supervision. After you have a confirmation from your doctor that you need to use the drug and get recommendations for its use, you can order Hepcinat online to save on the treatment. It would be a wise decision even if you can’t afford the treatment course with the brand name medication since the treatment course can cost up to 170,000 Dollars. For some people, online purchase of the antiviral drug is the only way to receive the required treatment. Read further to know all information you need to know about the drug and its online order before you make a buy.
What is Hepcinat?
It is an antiviral medication based on the active substance called Sofosbuvir developed for the treatment of the virus of Hepatitis C. Hepcinat is not an original medication, it is a generic of the drug called Sovaldi but has the same composition, effect, and level of safety as the expensive brand drug.
What is the difference between the brand name drug and generic?
There is no difference in the quality and effect of the generic we offer you to buy instead of the brand drug. Different are only a trade name and the price of the drugs.
Why is the generic drug so much cheaper than the brand drug?
The original developer of the medicine invested millions of dollars in the research and monopolized the market for the first years of medicine use. Later, generic drug makers gained the right to manufacture their analogs. They spent much less money on research and acquisition of the license to make the drug and therefore are able to sell it ten times cheaper. Such practice is approved by the FDA and the World Health Organization if the generic drug maker proves that he is able to offer absolutely identical drug.
Can Hepcinat cure hepatitis C?
In order to eliminate the disease completely, it is important to catch it at an early stage and use a combination therapy. The use of a single antiviral drug may be ineffective which is why doctors usually prescribe a combined treatment plan.
How to use Hepcinat?
The instruction for the drug says that adults should take one 400 mg pill in the morning every day throughout the treatment course. However, we strongly recommend you to consult your doctor before you order Hepcinat and follow his or her recommendations over the ones provided in instruction if they differ since doctors take into account personal features of each and every patient and may adjust the dosage for a safer use.
For whom the drug is contraindicated?
The medicine is strongly not advised to pregnant and breastfeeding women as well as men who are now in the process of planning to have a baby. The active substance of the drug can cause serious defects in the future baby. Therefore, you should use contraceptives while undergoing the treatment course and avoid using drug during pregnancy.
With what drugs you should not combine Hepcinat?
You should not use the drug if you already use other medications that contain Sofosbuvir. You should also notify your doctor about all other prescription and over-the-counter drugs you use or plan to use.
Where to buy the drug?
You can buy the medication either at your local drugstores if you have a prescription and if your local pharmacies sell generics, which is quite rare in the USA, or order Hepcinat online from our online drugstore at an attractive price and even without a prescription.
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