Zithromax Action Mechanism
The ultimate aim of Zithromax is to cause bacterial death by slowly endeavoring you to recover from the frustrating and recurring medical complication. Zithromax achieves its goal by binding to 50S bacterial ribosomal subunit thereby inhibiting the translation process in bacteria and its protein synthesis.
The normal standard dose of Zithromax generally prescribed to restrain you from microbial diseases is 250 mg - 500 mg per day, which should be taken at least three days. While the dosage of Zithromax to grant you relief from sexually transmitted diseases is 1 – 2 grams that is to be taken only for one time.
Zithromax is the most popular and reliable antibiotic due to its high potency, safety profile and no effect on normal flora of intestine. Zithromax works best for gram negative microbial inflammations and is also preferred in children due to its fewer side effects.
Breastfeeding or pregnant women should never take this medication. Some precautionary measures to be kept in while using Zithromax include avoiding it in case you are allergic to any of its components, planning to undergo surgery or suffer from heart ailments, myasthenia gravis and liver or kidney diseases.
Zithromax Side effects
Common side effects of Zithromax include diarrhea, skin rash, Insomnia, constipation, stomach pain, vomiting, dizziness, headache and vaginal discharge or itching. These side effects are not serious but observed in some cases.
While serious side effects of Zithromax medication such as severe skin reactions, clay-colored stools, chest pain, watery or bloody diarrhea, jaundice, dark urine, loss of appetite and severe allergic reactions that normally includes itching or hives and swelling of face, lips, throat and tongue are observed.