Azithromycin Prescription Online

  • Get azithromycin prescription online
  • Same day Rx consults available
  • Convenient care from home

Azithromycin - An Overview

Azithromycin is a medication that is used in the treatment or prevention of infections that are strongly suspected or proven to be caused by bacteria susceptible to the medication. Push Health can connect people who think they need an azithromycin prescription with licensed medical providers who can prescribe azithromycin medication, including generic azithromycin 250 mg and azithromycin 500 mg tablets, when appropriate to do so.

What Is Azithromycin Used For?

Azithromycin prescription medication, marketed under the brand name Zithromax and found in the commonly used form Z-pak, is a macrolide antibiotic like clarithromycin (Biaxin) and erythromycin (Ery, Erygel). Azithromycin is indicated in the treatment of specific cases of COPD exacerbations with bronchitis, bacterial sinusitis - including some orofacial infections, community-acquired pneumonia, pharyngitis and skin infections. Azithromycin for chlamydia treatment is also sometimes used, especially with infections identified by STD testing. Azithromycin medication works by binding to a ribosomal subunit in a bacteria, thereby blocking protein synthesis. Bacteria that are resistant to azithromycin prescription medication tend to have modifications in their 23S rRNA.

Azithromycin - Dosage and Metabolism

Azithromycin medication is typically incorporated into branded versions of the antibiotic as azithromycin 250 mg and azithromycin 500 mg. Two azithromycin 250 mg are considered to be bioequivalent to azithromycin 500 mg and no dosage adjustments are generally made based on gender. The terminal elimination half-life of azithromycin after an azithromycin 500 mg dose is approximately 68 hours. Azithromycin's antimicrobial properties are thought to be related to the pH. Azithromycin differs in structure from amoxicillin and is used to treat a different range of infections.

Azithromycin - Cost & Prescription

Azithromycin prescription medication, in its branded form, is also available in a convenient blister pack known as a Z-Pak. On a per pill basis, azithromycin is moderately affordable at under $1 per pill. Because azithromycin regimens are generally short, the overall cost for an azithromycin prescription is relatively affordable. Azithromycin coupons may also be available at times to reduce the cost of the medication even more. Some insurance plans may also cover costs associated with azithromycin medication when buying azithromycin tablets at the pharmacy. Azithromycin savings cards may also help with costs associated with azithromycin medication.

Can I Buy Azithromycin Online?

Azithromycin is a prescription medication and one cannot simply buy azithromycin online. As a result, one cannot get azithromycin OTC (over the counter) at pharmacies in the United States either. Instead, one must first get a prescription azithromycin from a licensed medical provider before being able to obtain the medication from a pharmacy. Push Health can connect people who need an azithromycin prescription with licensed providers who can prescribe azithromycin tablets, including azithromycin 500 mg and azithromycin 250 mg medication, when appropriate to do so.

Azithromycin - Side Effects

Azithromycin prescription medication can cause side effects but is generally tolerated well. Side effects from azithromycin use include, but not limited to, diarrhea, nausea and abdominal pain. Other azithromycin side effects include palpitations, vomiting, dyspepsia, fatigue, rash, and arrhythmias. People with a past hypersensitivity or allergic reaction to azithromycin or other macrolide antibiotics should not use azithromycin. Azithromycin tablets and alcohol should not be used at the same time. Concerns or questions about side effects related to azithromycin prescription medication use should be directed to one's medical provider and pharmacist.

More Azithromycin Information

Last updated July 3, 2023. Given the evolving nature of medicine and science, this information might not be accurate and should not be construed as medical advice or diagnosis / treatment recommendations. Please consult a licensed medical provider if you have additional questions. Please call 911 immediately or go to the nearest emergency room if you believe you are experiencing a medical emergency.