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Important Information about Azithromycin Tablets

Azithromycin tablets are typically the medicine of choice for people who have bacterial infections and are allergic to penicillin.  If you are prescribed to take azithromycin tablets to treat your bacterial infection, it is good to know some important information about these azithromycin tablets so that you are aware and understand what it does and what benefits (and side effects) it can provide.

When you are under a treatment course of azithromycin tablets, you have to complete the whole regimen unless you are told by your doctor to stop taking them.  The reason for this is that if you stop the medication halfway or the scheduled course of treatment is not yet over, there is a chance for the bacterial infection to recur and come back much worse.  In case you experience any side effects when taking azithromycin tablets, the most common ones are headache, diarrhea, and feeling unwell.

Before taking azithromycin tablets

There are some medications that are not suitable for patients who have certain medical conditions, and sometimes there are medicines that should only be used while being strictly monitored and observed by the doctor.  Because of these reasons, it is very important that your doctor be informed of the following information before you take azithromycin tablets:

  • If you may have an unusual heart rhythm
  • If you have myasthenia gravis
  • If you have any allergies to a medicine
  • If you are taking any other medicines
  • If you are pregnant or breast feeding
  • If you have any problems with your kidneys or liver

How to take azithromycin tablets

Prior to taking azithromycin tablets, it is wise to read the manufacturer’s leaflet that you can usually find inside the box or pack. The leaflet shall give you detailed information about azithromycin tablets and from there, you will find out the potential side effects you may experience when taking them. Continue reading “Important Information about Azithromycin Tablets” »