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Zithromax (Azithromycin) is a type of macrolide antibiotic. Because it is specifically designed for treating bacterial infections, Zithromax will not cure viral infections like the flu or the common cold. The drug has been utilized in the treatment of a variety of bacterial infections and comes in tablet and powder forms that you can dissolve in water. In order not to encourage antibiotic resistance or reduce the effectiveness of this drug, do not use it unless there is laboratory confirmation of bacterial susceptibility to Zithromax.

Uses of Zithromax

This medicine is used in the treatment of susceptible bacteria in the following cases:

  •     Sexually transmitted infections
  •     Respiratory tract infections
  •     Skin infections
  •     Infections of the ear
  •     Coronavirus (off-label use)


This drug contains an information leaflet. Ensure to read and understand it before consuming Zithromax. Also, if you are worried about side effects, your physician or healthcare provider can assuage your fears. Patients should also adhere to the following precautions before and while using Zithromax:

  •     Inform your doctor if you are allergic to Azithromycin or have any of the following conditions:

    Myasthenia gravis

    Kidney impairment

    Liver disorders

    Heart rhythm disorders

    Low blood Potassium or Magnesium levels

    Family history of prolonged QT time

  •     Also tell your doctor if you are on diuretics or have any condition that can lead to fluid/electrolyte imbalance, such as diarrhea, vomiting, or severe sweating.
  •     Because It can cause live bacterial vaccines to become ineffective, do well to inform your doctor about your vaccination history before taking Zithromax.
  •     If you are pregnant, discuss the risks and benefits with your doctor.
  •     The drug can be excreted into breast milk; inform your doctor whether it is safe to take Azithromycin while breastfeeding.

How to Use Zithromax Oral

You should consume this medication by mouth with or without food. However, if you experience stomach upset after taking it without food, take subsequent doses with food.

Shake liquid solutions well before measuring, and ensure you measure accurately with the measuring device provided. Additionally, you should avoid consuming Zithromax longer than prescribed or discontinue it before the stipulated time even if you suddenly feel better.

Zithromax Dosing information

Your doctor will prescribe a suitable dosage based on your age and the severity of the condition. Patients suffering from kidney or liver impairment may need dose adjustments. Also, the information below is only to serve as a guide.

For sexually transmitted Infections (non-gonococcal) urethritis/cervicitis, the recommended dose is 1 gram taken as a single dose.

The dose for prevention of disseminated Mycobacterium Avium Complex (MAC) infections is 1200 mg once weekly; the treatment dose is 600 mg daily.

For community-acquired pneumonia, tonsillitis/ pharyngitis (caused by Streptococcus pneumoniae), the dose is 500 mg single dose on the first day and 250 mg daily for days two to five.

For skin infections, the usual dose is the same as above.

People with acute bacterial exacerbation of COPD as well as acute sinusitis of bacterial origin can take 500 mg for three days.

Side Effects of Zithromax

The common side effects associated with this medication are:

  •     Headache
  •     Abdominal pain
  •     Nausea
  •     Levoketoconazole
  •     Arsenic trioxide
  •     Nilotinib
  •     Chloroquine
  •     Chlorella vaccine (live)
  •     Haloperidol
  •     Efavirenz
  •     Droperidol
  •     Erythromycin
  •     Disopyramide
  •     Fexinidazole
  •     Escitalopram
  •     Moxifloxacin
  •     Methadone
  •     Amisulpride
  •     Betrixaban
  •     Bedaquiline
  •     Edoxaban
  •     Dronedarone
  •     Colchicine
  •     Fingolimod
  •     Hydroxy chloroquine
  •     Ivabradine
  •     Levomethadyl Acetate
  •     Morphine
  •     Mifepristone
  •     Osimertinib
  •     Procainamide
  •     Pimozide
  •     Iloperidone
  •     Thioridazine
  •     Typhoid vaccine (live)
  •     Relugolix
  •     Anagrelide
  •     Mesoridazine
  •     Mycophenolic acid
  •     Ponesimod
  •     Pexidartinib
  •     Lomitapide
  •     Ibutilide
  •     Mobocertininb
  •     Ribococlib
  •     Sparfloxacin
  •     Ziprasidone
  •     Sotalol
  •     Quinidine
  •     Pasireotide

Zithromax also interacts with some diseases. The interactions are explained below.

  •     QT Prolongation: Zithromax can cause a prolongation of QT. However, people who already have a history of this condition can experience cardiac arrhythmias or congestive heart failure.
  •     Myasthenia gravis: The use of macrolides generally can exacerbate the symptoms of myasthenia gravis. It could also lead to myasthenia syndrome. Therefore, Zithromax should be used with caution in this group of people.
  •     Colitis: Generally, prolonged use of antibiotics can lead to Pseudomembranous colitis which is caused by Clostridium difficile. It is characterized by mild diarrhea to moderate colitis. If severe diarrhea occurs while using this drug, consult your doctor
  •     Liver diseases: Use of Zithromax in people with liver or bile duct diseases should be with caution. Abnormal liver function, hepatitis, liver necrosis, cholestatic jaundice, and liver failure have been reported in people using Azithromycin. It is also contraindicated in people with prior history of cholestatic jaundice. 


Zithromax should be stored in a cool dry place, away from direct sunlight. All medicines should be kept out of the reach of children and pets