Tamiflu Coupon and Discount

Our Tamiflu coupon and discount will save you up to 75%* off your prescription. Tamiflu is a prescription drug that treats flu. If your insurance does not cover this cost, use our Tamiflu coupon to reduce the price. Choose if you would like to receive your Rebates prescription coupon by mail, email, text, or print. Continue reading below for more information on Tamiflu.
Tamiflu Overview
Drug Name: Tamiflu Generic Name(s): Oseltamivir Drug Class: Antiviral Drug Treats: Flu
Tamiflu is a medicine used in the treatment of the flu such as swine flu, seasonal flu, H3N2 and bird flu. The active ingredient of the medicine is a drug called oseltamivir, one that belongs to a class of drugs known as neuraminidase inhibitors. Common side-effects include headache, vomiting and psychiatric episodes.
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  • Tamiflu Uses

    Tamiflu is used in the treatment of flu strains such as avian flu, influenza B, H3N2, seasonal flu and swine flu. However, many strains of these viral infections have since shown resistance, making it more challenging to prescribe Tamiflu for these infections. Nonetheless, evidence suggests Tamiflu is better than placebo in tackling these strains. The drug is used to inhibit viral neuraminidase, an enzyme found on the surface of host cells. By acting in this way, Tamiflu serves effectively in the role of reducing the severity of the flu.
    • avian flu
    • influenza B
    • H3N2
    • seasonal flu
    • swine flu
  • Tamiflu Dosage

    It's worth noting that the following doses are not fixed and, instead, depend on the nature of the complaint, its severity, and whether the patient has any complicating factors such as disease or co-administration of other interacting drugs. However, the following values are considered the typical dose for Tamiflu all else being equal. Tamiflu should only be prescribed if patients experience flu symptoms within the first 48 hours of infection. The drug is not recommended in patients after this time.
    • Adult Dose (13 years and over): 75mg to be taken twice daily for 5 days.
    • This extends to 10 days if Tamiflu is used as a prophylaxis against future flu infection.
  • Tamiflu Side Effects

    The most common side-effects of Tamiflu, such as nausea and vomiting, may only last a short time as the body gets accustomed to the new drug. If, however, you are concerned about any other undesirable or severe effects, the patient is recommended to discontinue the medicine and seek further professional advice. The list of potential side-effects below is not an exhaustive list. Common side-effects include: Consult your healthcare provider should you experience any of the following symptoms:
    • Arm or back pain
    • Irregular heartbeat
    • Shortness of breath
    • Weight loss
    • Hoarseness
    • Psychiatric events
  • Tamiflu Interactions

    One of the chief benefits of Tamiflu is the relative lack of severe drug interactions. This makes the drug an ideal choice for those taking existing medications. There are, however, some moderate drug interactions with Tamiflu, only some of which are listed below. You should always inform your healthcare provider of any medicine you are currently taking as this may influence your prescriber's decision. Drugs that interact with Tamiflu include: