The Natdac 60g Tablet is a combination medication which is used with other medications such as sofosbuvir, interferon and ribavirin. It is one of the most popular and effective medications for the treatment of hepatitis C. Any patient who chooses to use the medication should look into the ingredients and let the doctor know if you are allergic to any of the ingredients that are a part of the drug’s composition.
Side effects of the drug include diarrhea, skin rash, headache, weakness, nausea, breakdown of red blood cells, fatigue, drowsiness and dizziness. If the side effects tend to get too severe or persist over a long period of time, then you must consult your health care provider immediately.
Let your doctor now about all the prescription and non-prescription drugs, herbal supplements or dietary supplements you are taking, if any. It is also crucial to inform your doctor if you have any other diseases or infections such as hepatitis B, heart disorder, liver disorder or any others.
There is no fixed dosage when it comes to the Natdac tablets. The dosage is determined by the patient’s age, current condition and overall medical history. The doctor will prescribe the medication and fix the dosage based on your health condition. The usual dose recommended by doctors for treating chronic hepatitis C is 60 mg for adults. It needs to be taken orally, once a day for a period of 12 weeks.
It is advised to not drink alcohol or take other medication without consulting your doctor. This is because you put yourself at great risk of a drug interaction when you mix any drug with certain foods, beverages or other medications. Your doctor is qualified to advise you on what you can and cannot do while using the Natdac 60mg tablets.
Other associated information
- The Natdac 60mg Tablets are manufactured by Natco Pharma Ltd.
- It is a prescription drug which is composed of Daclatasvir (60mg).
- The medication is meant for chronic Hep C Treatment.
- Each tablet costs Rs171.43
- The Natdac 60mg tablet may cause side effects such as Insomnia or Anemia if the side effects get severe. Consult a doctor immediately in such a case.
- Medicine is to be taken in the dose and duration determined by your doctor.
- Each tablet needs to be swallowed as a whole. Avoid chewing, crushing or breaking the tablet.
The tablet is an antiviral medication which targets chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV). It attacks and kills a load of hepatitis C virus in the body, thus eradication the virus from the bloodstream over a period of time.
Limited human data suggests that the drug does not cause any significant risk to the baby. Do consult your doctor for any further queries.
If you choose to drive, then drive only if you are feeling well. Do not drive if you are feeling dizzy, nauseous or drowsy. Some patients have reported difficulty in focusing and vision problems. These may affect your ability to drive.