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Abreva is a skin cream that is to be used externally on the skin or lips but never to be used in the eyes. Always wash you’re your hands before and after use. Use a rubber glove or finger cot so that you do not spread the infection to another spot and put on a thin layer of cream to be sure and over the lesion properly. Remember to always follow the label closely.
Abreva should only be taken as instructed by a professional physician. Be sure to remember not to stop taking this medicine without consulting your physician first about how to stop safely. If you are researching this medication for your child, keep in mind that children often have special dosage instructions. Ask your physician about these differences prior to starting this medication if this is the case.
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Conditions of USE: The prescription drug information on this database is to be used for instructional purposes only; it is not intended to substitute for the knowledge of a healthcare professional. Please consult a physician before and while you are taking Abreva. If you experience any other side effects while taking Abreva please consult an experienced professional. This database does not contain all the information regarding Abreva nor is it intended to cover all possible directions, side effects, and uses. If you need more information regarding Abreva, contact your physician or any other healthcare provider.