We would like to be a part of your journey to feeling better.
According to the American Auto Immune-Related Disorders Association, 50 million Americans have Auto-Immune Disease, making it the leading cause of death in females below the age of 64, and that number is on the rise.
We’re here to help.
If you’re struggling, we want you to know that there might be options that can improve your situation and we would like to be a part of your journey to feeling better. Each disease process might be handled differently and our specialty is helping patients address their individual, unique, and changing needs.
- Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Crohn’s Disease
- Ulcerative Colitis
- Thyroiditis, including Graves Disease and Hashimoto’s
- Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
- Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy
- and many others….
No uncomfortable visits to the pharmacy.
We will work with your doctor.
We'll connect with you when it's ready for delivery.
We have some answers for you.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is this treatment effective?
Antiviral medication like valacyclovir (Valtrex) is highly effective against cold sores, helping to speed up healing and—if taken early enough in the development of a cold sore—potentially stop it in its tracks.
What is the Common dosage recommendation?
The recommended dosage of VALTREX for treatment of cold sores is 2 grams twice daily for 1 day taken 12 hours apart. Therapy should be initiated at the earliest symptom of a cold sore (e.g., tingling, itching, or burning).
I want to get started - how do I get RX to you?
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Are there side effects?
Valtrex is typically very well tolerated, though, just like any drug, some patients can experience side effects. https://www.rxlist.com/valtrex-side-effects-drug-center.htm
How quickly will I see results?
Though results are patient specific, some patients see results the same day.
Do I continue treatment once I've achieved desired results?
The answer to this question is definitely patient specific. Depending on whether you’re using on-going suppressive therapy or simply treating a random outbreak, we will work with your doctor to get you on the treatment regimen you need.