Azithromcyin tablets were first created and distributed in the year 1980. Azithromcyin tablets were actually included on the list of important medicines by the WHO (World Health Organization), which means that azithromcyin tablets should always be present in any community for standard health system. Azithromcyin tablets can be availed in any pharmacy or drugstore as a generic medicine.
Azithromcyin tablets are known for its antibacterial properties, and it can effectively treat many types of infections caused by bacterial organisms. Azithromcyin tablets are deemed by doctors as a good medicine for the treatment of the following ailments: strep throat, traveler’s diarrhea, middle ear infections, pneumonia, sinusitis, chronic bronchitis, pelvic inflammatory disease, acne, whooping cough, Lyme disease, exposure from sexually transmitted diseases, other skin infections, intestinal infections and many more. Azithromcyin tablets are also very effective in treating sexually transmitted infections such as acute gonorrhea and Chlamydia. Azithromcyin tablets, combined with other medications, are also proven to be effective on patients who suffer from malarial infections. Azithromcyin tablets can be conveniently administered intravenously or they can be taken orally (by mouth).
Azithromcyin tablets, just like any other helpful antibiotic, can cause side effects to users. The most common side effects when taking azithromcyin tablets include vomiting, diarrhea, nausea and you can also experience an upset tummy. Thankfully, taking azithromcyin tablets while pregnant does not harm the developing baby or the expectant mother. The safety of a breastfeeding mom taking azithromcyin tablets at the same time is not yet clear, albeit most likely doctors will agree that it is completely okay. Continue reading