Manufacturer: ParthPack: 500mg 3 pillsChemical Substance: Azithromycin
International and chemical names: Azithromycin; 9-Dihydroxy-9a-aza-9a-methyl-9a-homoerythromycin A dihydrate;
Basic physical and chemical properties: hard gelatin capsules No. 00 blue (for a dosage of 500 mg), No. 0 with a red lid and a red body (for a dosage of 250 mg), No. 2 yellow (for a dosage of 125 mg) containing a powder White or almost white;
Composition: 1 capsule contains azithromycin in terms of 100% of the substance 125 mg, 250 mg or 500 mg;
Auxiliary substances: lactose monohydrate, sodium lauryl sulfate, magnesium stearate.
Form of issue.
Azithromycin with prostatitis
“Azithromycin” is well suited for the treatment of prostatitis – an infectious male disease, the causative agent of which is chlamydia. In this case, the antibiotic can be taken and at the initial stage of the disease, and in the period of exacerbation. With an acute exacerbation, it is enough to take the drug for three days (1 tablet a day: 500 mg), at the initial stage of the disease – the dosage can be even smaller, and the treatment – shorter. In the most severe and neglected cases, it is prescribed intravenously.
“Azithromycin” penetrates into the blood faster than other antibiotics and blocks the spread of infection. In addition, it has a broader spectrum of action than similar drugs.
However, the drug has a number of contraindications, so it can be applied strictly in accordance with the medical prescription.
Dosing and Administration
Dosage, as well as the frequency of application of “Azithromycin” can be prescribed only by a doctor. In certain cases, they are adjusted, based on the clinical picture of the disease and the individual physical characteristics of the patient’s body.
As a rule, it is enough for adults to undergo a three-day course of treatment with one tablet of the drug a day (in a dosage of 500 mg). Excess dosage recommended by the doctor is not allowed!
Side effects of Azithromycin are quite extensive, however, the frequency of occurrence is low:
Decrease in the blood of the number of platelets, causing a tendency to bleeding;
Nervousness and anxiety;
Drowsiness during the day and a bad dream at night;
Ringing and noise in the ears;
Headache and dizziness;
Vomiting and nausea;
Constipation or diarrhea;
Rashes and itching on the skin;
Pain in the joints;
Inflammation in the kidneys;