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Zifi vs Azithromycin:

Zifi
Azithromycin
This is a type of antibiotic. It is used for treating bacterial infections of the urinary tract, the lungs, the throat, the airways, the tonsils, the middle ear, and cervical/urethral infections. Azithromycin is an antibiotic that treats a variety of bacterial infections. It's a macrolide antibiotic.
Bacterial infections of the ear, nose, or sinuses, the urinary system, the throat, and the lungs. It is also useful in the treatment of typhoid (enteric) fever and gonorrhea. Azithromycin is used to prevent and treat a potentially fatal infection (mycobacteria or MAC). It helps in treating strep throat, middle ear infections, pneumonia, traveler's diarrhea, and certain other intestinal infections are examples of this.
It works by interfering with the synthesis of bacteria's cell walls, resulting in the death of the bacteria responsible for the infection. It works by preventing bacterial growth. Any antibiotic's effectiveness can be reduced if it is used or misused unnecessarily.


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Frequently Asked Questions:

It is safe to take a Zifi 200 Tablet while breastfeeding. According to human studies, the drug does not pass into the breastmilk in significant amounts and is not harmful to the baby.

In patients with liver disease, tablets should be used with caution, dosage may need to be adjusted. Please consult your doctor.


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