Zithromax z-pak 250 mg

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It is possible that it might, but it is not the recommended treatment. So if you believe you have chlamydia you need to be tested.
Would taking 4 pills (250 mg each) be the same as the 1g needed for the same dosage for treatment for NGU, ghonnorhea or chlamydia? Anyone had success with the Z-pak?
0 gm (4 x 250 mg) a single dose, or • Zithromax® Z-pak® (azithromycin) - 500mg on day 1, followed by 1 tab (250mg) once a day for 4 more days To avoid re-infection, any sexual partners should be treated too. Treating gonorrhea is advocated for patients being treated for chlamydia, and vice versa (50% have both infections together) Refer: http://std-gov.org/stds/chlamydia.htm Please discuss with your doctor before starting treatment.Hope this helps.
) A couple of days later I got a cold (slight sore throat/headache/slight fever) and started to get what I thought was a sinus infection. My doctor prescribed me a Z Pak (Zithromax 500mg on the first day followed by 4 days at 250 mg each day) for the sinus infection. I just finished the treatment, and I am still congested and have a scratchy and sometimes sore throat.
I had a throat sore and my PC prescribed me Zithromax 250 mg Z PAK TAB PFI (in my third week). I took it for five days. I just have found out that I am pregnant. Could this medication be a potential threaten for my baby?
My son has now been on Biaxin 500 mg. twice daily for two weeks, and will take one more week of this dose and then go to 250 mg. Biaxin for 30 days with two refills. I bought Biaxin, no generic. My son played racquetball with my husband last night and for the first time did not have to stop to recover his breathing. We are feeling very hopeful that this may be the cure we have looked for.
My last period was on Nov 29, 98. I had a throat sore and my PC prescribed me Zithromax 250 mg Z PAK TAB PFI (in my third week). I took it for five days. I just have found out that I am pregnant. Could this medication be a potential threaten for my baby? Thank you Dear Angela: Medications taken in the third week of the menstrual cycle are very unlikely to have any impact on a continuing pregnancy.
0 g of azithromycin in a single dose, i.e. four 250 mg tablets all at once. The Z-pak regimen you describe probably would work, but it has not been studied. Your symptoms will clear up just as rapidly either way. I hope you were tested for chlamydia and gonorrhea. Also, I assume your girlfriend is being examined, tested, and treated -- as well as your Acapulco partner, if you have been able to contact her.
" With the "Z-Pak", this means two 250-mg tablets (a total of 500 mg) on the first day and one 250-mg tablet once daily for the next four days.
If your doctor is worried that you might have pneumonia, a chest x-ray can look to see if there's an infection, especially for those who have coughed for more than 3 weeks. With a viral bronchitis, you should avoid antibiotics especially zpacks (Zithromax / azithromycin) which are overprescribed for these symptoms , and can lead to side effects and adverse drug reaction such as rash, antibiotic drug resistance and yeast infections.
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