Tamiflu PrecautionsAsk your doctor about potential risks for an unborn or nursing baby if you are pregnant or breast-feeding while taking Tamiflu. There is no cure for the flu, but Tamiflu is one way of decreasing the time you will have to withstand the symptoms.
Possible Side Effects of Tamiflu
Tamiflu is an oral antiviral drug prescribed to reduce type A and B flu symptoms if diagnosed within two days of exposure to the flu or at the onset of symptoms. Taking Tamiflu more than two days after the onset of symptoms will still help those that may be hit harder by the flu symptoms and could run the risk of possible pneumonia. If you have trouble swallowing pills, talk to your doctor about an injection of Tamiflu Suspension.