Posted by Someone on March 10, 2008  •  Comments (64)  • 

It's vital that you speak to your healthcare service provider prior to starting to take this medication and go over all the facets of your treatment to make sure the perks exceed prospective threats.

If additional serious negative side effects show up, such as clay-colored feces, dark urine, sore throat, burning in your eyes, reduced temperature, breast pain, jaundice, stomach pain, uneven pulsations, swelling in your face or tongue, reduction of appetite, red or purple skin rash, watery or heavy diarrhea or blistering and peeling, you should mention those to your physician.


Posted by Someone on March 8, 2008  •  Comments (64)  • 

Azithromycin is suggested for patients with microbial infections that may be any one of the following: ear infections, sexually transmitted diseases, skin infections or breathing infections.

If it upsets your stomach or else, it's feasible to take this medication with some food.

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Posted by Someone on March 8, 2008  •  Comments (64)  • 

Numerous medicines have been mentioned to interact with Azithromycin.

Inform your medical professional if you are taking any sort of prescribed or over the counter items that could connect with Azithromycin - especially medicines that reduce the invulnerable system, phenytoin, digoxin, terfenadine, nelfinavir, ergotamine, anticoagulants, or cyclosporine.