Active Ingredients: Azithromycin
The most common side effects of azithromycin are feeling or being sick, diarrhoea, headaches, or changes to your sense of taste. Azithromycin is also called by the brand name Zithromax.
Who can and can't take azithromycin Azithromycin can be taken by adults and children. It isn't suitable for some people. To make sure azithromycin is safe for you, tell your doctor if you have: had an allergic reaction to azithromycin or any other medicines in the past liver or kidney problems heart problems, including irregular heartbeats arrhythmia had diarrhoea when you have taken antibiotics before myasthenia gravis - azithromycin can worsen the symptoms of this muscle-weakening illness diabetes - azithromycin liquid contains sugar 4.
How and when to take it Azithromycin is usually taken once a day, unless you're having it by injection. Try to take your medicine at the same time each day.
The usual dose is 500 mg a day for 3 to 10 days depending on the infection being treated.
For some infections, you'll be given a one-off higher dose of 1 g or 2 g. Azithromycin is sometimes prescribed long term to prevent chest infections if you keep getting them.
In this case, it's usually taken 3 times a week, often on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Important Carry on taking this medicine until the course is completed, even if you feel better.
If you stop your treatment early, your infection could come back.
How to take it If your doctor has prescribed azithromycin capsules, you should take them at least 1 hour before food or 2 hours after eating.
Swallow tablets and capsules whole with a glass of water.
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