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Natdac is a treatment against chronic hepatitis c virus genotype 1 and 3. It has Daclatasvir as the active ingredient and it mostly prescribed in combination with sofosbuvir, on the basis of genotype and medical situations with or without ribavarin.
Most of the patients are prescribe one table of 60 mg each day. It has to be taken orally with a glass of water without or with meal. Treatment with this medication generally lasts for about 12 weeks. It has to be taken always with Sofosbuvir and in some conditions it is also to be taken with ribavirin.
This medicine may result in some unusual or undesired side effects. Most of the side effects are from mild to moderate. Some of the common side effects are nausea, headache, vomiting, fatigue and diarrhea.
If taken with ribavirin then some additional side effects like dizziness, somnolence, rashes, insomnia, etc. may also occur.
This drug reacts with certain medicines, so before taking it the patient must tell about all the other medicines, they are taking. One should not take this medication while they are pregnant as this increases the risk of miscarriage and birth defects. Men whose wives are pregnant must not take this medicine. This medicine is not safe to be taken by the people below 18 years in age.
Warning: One should take this medicine only on the prescription and must take medical guidance. Printed information is only for the general educational matters and does not include all its possible uses. One must take the advice of pharmacist or doctor before taking the medicine. More than prescribed dosages should not be taken.
This medication should be kept out from the reach of kids and pets. Never give this medicine to anyone.