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Z-Pak - An Overview

A Z-Pak, also known as a Z-Pack, is an oral antibiotic that is sometimes prescribed to people thought to have an infection caused by organisms susceptible to Z-Pak medication. People who might need a Z-Pak prescription can use Push Health to connect with a medical provider online who can prescribe Z-Pak medication when appropriate to do so.

What Is A Z-Pak Used For?

What is a Z-Pak used for? The Z-Pak blister pack is sometimes used to treat conditions such as bronchitis, sinus infections, ear infections, certain types of pneumonia and strep throat. The Z-Pak itself is frequently used because it is a package that contains six tablets of the medication azithromycin (Zithromax) and is designed to maximize patient convenience and compliance. Specifically, the Z-Pak is packaged in a convenient blister pack that makes it easy to remember how many Z-Pak pills to take and which day of treatment one is on.

Z-Pak - Dosage and Cost

Z-Pak is a prescription medication that is not available over-the-counter (i.e. Z-Pak OTC) in the United States. Fortunately, the Z-Pak is relatively affordable, costing under $20 for one Z-Pak blister pack at many pharmacies. Z-Pak coupons may also be available through the manufacturer or online to help reduce the cost. Getting a Z-Pack without a doctor can be difficult but Push Health can connect people in need of a Z-Pak prescription with an online medical provider who can prescribe the Z-Pak medication when appropriate to do so. Z-Pak blister cards contain pink, modified capsular shaped tablets. These Z-Pak tablets are typically engraved with "306" on one side and "Pfizer" on the other side of the medication.

Can I Buy A Z-Pak Online?

Because the Z-Pak blister pack requires a prescription, one cannot simply buy a Z-Pack online. Instead, it is necessary to get a Z-Pak prescription from a doctor or other licensed medical provider so that the Z-Pak can be dispensed by a qualified pharmacy. Push Health can connect people who might need a Z-Pack medication with a medical provider who can prescribe Z-Pak medication when appropriate to do so.

Z-Pak - Side Effects

Side effects of a Z-Pak include an upset stomach, nausea, dizziness, rash, and vomiting. More severe side effects that can occur from Z-Pak medication use include cardiac arrhythmias and allergic reactions. People who are allergic to macrolides or ketolide drugs should not take Z-Pak medication. Also, a Z-Pak is not recommended for people with a history of certain types of liver disease. Z-Pak use may cause interactions with drugs like warfarin and nelfinavir. Questions regarding the side effects of taking a Z-Pak should be discussed with one's pharmacist and medical provider.

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Last updated May 13, 2021. 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.