Extension of treatment mixture valacyclovir beyond Vadiral days after transplantation may further reduce the only here of CMV disease, particularly among patients whose immunosuppressive regimen has Vadiral been fully tapered. Hallucinations were the only adverse events reported more frequently among valacyclovir recipients in both the seronegative and seropositive groups. Valacyclovir use in pregnancy The Acyclovir Pregnancy Registry has documented the pregnancy outcomes in 111 women exposed to valacyclovir. There are no data on the safety of valacyclovir in children under age 12 years.
Possible side effects of Vadiral include:
Vadiral is used to treat diseases such as: CMV Prophylaxis, Cold Sores, Herpes Simplex, Mucocutaneous/Immunocompetent Host, Herpes Simplex, Mucocutaneous/Immunocompromised Host, Herpes Simplex, Suppression, Herpes Zoster, Multiple Sclerosis, Ramsay Hunt Syndrome, Varicella-Zoster.
Eventually, however, it should be gradually reduced so that the patient can be maintained on the lowest effective dosage. After reaching a daily dose of 2 mg, further dose increases can be made.