Where To Buy Zithromax
Zithromax (azithromycin) is a macrolide antibiotic intended for the treatment of infections caused by multiplication of bacteria. Since your immune system is unable to fight off the infection, it needs to be helped, and Zithromax is exactly the medicine known to do that. Make sure you take this medicine for as long as recommended by your health care provider, as you may feel better before your condition has been completely treated. It's very important that you talk to your health care provider before you make any decision about your dose or dosing schedule. The following health conditions need to be reported to your health care provider as they are likely to require a dose adjustment or some additional tests to establish the safety of Zithromax: myasthenia gravis, a history of Long QT syndrome, a heart rhythm disorder, kidney disease, and liver disease. These conditions are important to mention as they may affect the dose you are prescribed or prevent you from taking Zithromax at all in case of being particularly severe. Zithromax is not expected to harm an unborn baby, but it is not known for sure whether this medicine can pass into breast milk. Therefore, you will need to consult your health care provider before taking Zithromax if you are pregnant or breastfeeding as there is a possibility it can do harm to a nursing infant. The following side effects of Zithromax are supposed to be reported to your health care provider as they are considered to be serious enough for that: low fever, dark urine, sore throat, yellowing of the skin or eyes, clay-colored stools, chest pain, loss of appetite, stomach pain, watery or bloody diarrhea, uneven heartbeats, and nausea. These side effects may be caused by the fact you are not taking this medicine the right way or there are some health conditions you failed to mention to your health care provider. In most cases, however, only mild side effects are experienced, especially at the beginning of the treatment, as your body needs time to adjust to the dose prescribed. The following mild side effects are possible: ringing in your ears, diarrhea, constipation, stomach pain, insomnia, vomiting, mild itching, headache, dizziness, decreased sense of taste, mild nausea, and skin rash. This medicine is most efficient if taken regularly. If you miss doses too often, you have got to come up with some way of remembering about them better. It's important to maintain the concentration of this medicine in your blood at the same level all the time for the bacteria to be cleared out completely. If you develop diarrhea that seems to be severe, do not start treating this side effect on your own. Diarrhea may mean you have developed another infection and should be therefore reported to your health care provider as soon as possible. Never exceed the dose recommended or take Zithromax more often than your doctor told you, as this is not going to make Zithromax more efficient. If you think you need your dose adjusted because it's too high or too low - consult your doctor first to make sure such an adjustment is something you will benefit from.