What is Zithromax?
Zithromax contains Azithromycin. This is a macrolide antibiotic that fights bacteria. So the doctor will prescribe Zithromax to cure infections with bacteria. Zithromax is available in tablets and a suspension.
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What is this medicine used for?
Zithromax is prescribed to combat bacterial infections. These are respiratory infections, such as pneumonia, whooping cough, middle ear infections..., but also skin infections, such as wind rose. You can also use Zithromax to combat some venereal diseases: chlamydia, gonorrhea and chancroid (soft chancre). The antibiotic also helps with Lyme disease, diarrhea and pneumonia due to cystic fibrosis.
How does Zithromax work?
Azithromycin will fight the bacteria by inhibiting their growth. A doctor determines the duration of the treatment. This usually lasts between 1 and 5 days. The medicine starts to work after 2 to 3 hours. You will notice that the complaints decrease after a few days. Be sure to complete the treatment.
Take one tablet with half a glass of water. If you take the suspension, first measure the correct amount with a measuring spoon or dosing syringe. You can wash away the bitter taste of the suspension by drinking a glass of water or fruit juice after taking it. This medication may make you feel sick or have stomach pain. In this case you can take Zithromax with some food.
You will usually need to take a dose once a day. Make it easy for yourself and choose a fixed time for this. In other cases, you will have to take a tablet 2 to 3 times a week, for example. Then it is advisable to choose fixed days for this. This means you are less likely to forget a dose. You may take the medicine before, during or after food.
How effective is this drug?
It is important to complete the entire treatment. Even though the infection may appear to have cleared up, live bacteria may still remain. The last tablets will kill these too. In addition to stomach and intestinal complaints, in exceptional cases you may also experience headache, dizziness, loss of taste and a tingling feeling in the hands or feet. Sleep disorders, fatigue and skin rashes can also occur. Zithromax interacts with other medications. Do not use this antibiotic together with anticoagulant medications (acenocoumarol and phenprocouone), migraine medication: Ergotamine and Ciclosporin. Also not in combination with Digoxin, a medicine for heart failure and cardiac arrhythmias, and typhoid vaccine capsules. Zithromax increases the side effects of these medications and negates the effect of the typhoid vaccine capsules. Do not use this medicine if you are pregnant.
You can buy Zithromax here without a prescription. Without a prescription from your own GP, that is, because this medicine does require a prescription. You complete an online consultation with us, which will be assessed by an affiliated doctor whether this medicine is suitable for you and safe to use. If this is the case, this doctor will write you a prescription for Zithromax. We will then ensure fast and discreet delivery.