In this article we will discuss about the Treatment of Swine or H1N1 Flu. So, let’s get started.
Pain Relievers or NSAIDS like ibuprofen, paracetamol etc
Plenty of Fluid intake
Antiviral Medications prescribed are Oseltamivir (Tamiflu), Zanamivir (Relenza) and Adamantanes like amantadine.
Vaccination available for H1N1 flu is Panvax H1N1 Vaccine for more read following pdf
4 replies on “Treatment of Swine Flu”
I heard a couple YouTube confessions from a nurse and another top official regarding flu shots and other vaccinations are actually dangerous.
They were giving their speeches before the CDC and other groups.
Apparently, the CDC does not test vaccinations like they should. The only way they test is by how many people die.
My granddaughter was given Tamiflu and that causes hallucinations. She got so bad she was hospitalized for 3 days with just fluids and finally was coherent.
I, personally, got the flu shot in my 20s and was sick for 3wks. I never get it anymore.
Tamiflu is a registered and approved drug for swine flu it might be some incompatibility issue with the recipient’s body physiology
They give it for any flu. The bottom line is not everything registered is good for us.
I agree and Drug interactions depends upon genetic framework of individuals and it differs from person to person but majority of the times these drugs work and yes sometimes it can have adverse effects but only in exception cases