Research shows that arrhythmia's associated with Azithromycin, namely Torsade de Pointes, in the absence of congenital Long QT
syndrome or a history of long QT
, was very, very rare. (Torsade is very rare anyway) Infact, the pro-arrhythmic effect seen of another macrolide, Erythromycin, was actually attenuated or blocked by Azithromycin.
Try to take some comfort in that... :)
When I took Z-Pak years ago, I actually noticed a decline in my PVC's. Let's hope you see the same soon!!