Zirgan Coupon and Discount

Our Zirgan coupon and discount will save you up to 75%* off your prescription. Zirgan is a prescription drug that treats herpes outbreak in the eye. The original cash price of Zirgan is not available. If your insurance does not cover this cost, use our Zirgan coupon to reduce the price. Choose if you would like to receive your Rebates prescription coupon by mail, email, text, or print. Continue reading below for more information on Zirgan.
Zirgan Overview
Drug Name: Zirgan
Generic Name(s): ganciclovir
Drug Class: antiviral
Treats: herpes outbreak in the eye

Zirgan is a medication prescribed to treat herpes outbreaks in the eye. Ganciclovir, the active ingredient, works by slowing the growth and spread of the cytomegalovirus. While this cannot cure herpes, it can minimize the outbreak.

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    The free Rebates.com Zirgan Coupon and Discount Card can save you up to 75%* off your prescription prices. All you have to do is print the coupon and bring it to the pharmacy to receive the benefits of our drug discount program. This coupon is not insurance and is not valid in combination with any government-sponsored drug plans.

    Zirgan Coupon
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  • Zirgan Uses

    Zirgan is regularly used to clear up herpes outbreaks in the eye. Unfortunately, since the herpes virus continues to live within the body even between bouts of infection, it cannot cure the patient of herpes. However, herpes outbreaks in the eye can result in painful sores and decreased vision. Zirgan minimizes these symptoms and helps the eye heal faster. Zirgan does not treat any types of eye infections besides herpes, especially those caused by bacteria. If it is used unnecessarily, it can lead to decreased effectiveness if future treatment with Zirgan really is needed. Physicians may prescribe Zirgan for conditions other than herpes at their own discretion.

    • Eye Infections
  • Zirgan Dosage

    Zirgan is prescribed as a gel to be administered directly to the eye using an eyedropper. Doctors usually recommend that patients take it 5 times a day until they eye has healed, and then 3 times a day for 7 more days. To apply, first wash your hands. Then pull the bottom eyelid out to create a pouch and place one drop in. Close your eyes and rotate the eyeball in all directions for 1-2 minutes to spread the medication around. Wait at least 5 minutes after applying Zirgan before applying any other eye medications. Also, avoid wearing contact lenses while using Zirgan unless otherwise directed by a physician.

  • Zirgan Side Effects

    Use of Zirgan may result in some unwanted side effects. However, if a doctor has prescribed Zirgan it's because they've ascertained that the benefits will outweigh any possible risks. Currently, the only side effects consistently reported with Zirgan use are temporary blurred vision and mild redness and irritation in the eye. However, other side effects may exist so if you experience anything different you should report it to your physician. Seek emergency medical attention if you experience symptoms of a severe allergic reaction after taking Zirgan.

    • Blurred Vision
    • Irritation of the eye
  • Zirgan Interactions

    Some other products may interact with Zirgan in a way that decreases its effectiveness and/or increase certain side effects. However, at this time there are no other medications known to regularly interact with Zirgan. To be safe, avoid any medications not recommended by your physician while taking it. As with any medication, you should provide your physician with a complete list of any medications and supplements you are currently taking or plan to take during treatment before starting Zirgan.