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Asitomycin contains Azithromycin as the main active ingredient, which is a macrolide type antibiotic. The tablets work by restricting the growth of bacteria to treat various infections. The medication is prescribed for treating certain bacterial infections such as bronchitis, pneumonia, sexually transmitted diseases (STD) as well as infections of the ears, sinuses, skin and throat. The medicine can be used to treat bacterial infections but cannot be used to treat viral infections such as the common cold or flu.

Asitomycin tablets are available in two different strengths of 250mg and 500mf of active ingredient as Azithromycin. The recommended adult dose of Azithromycin for treating lung and skin infections are two 250mg tablets taken on the first day, followed by one 250mg tablet taken at the same time each day for approx. four more days. The usual dose for prevention of mycobacterium avium complex (MAC) infections in people with HIV infection is taking 1,200mg once weekly.

Asitomycin is usually prescribed to consume once a day or as directed by a doctor. The tablets can be taken with or without food but should be taken with plenty of fluids throughout treatment. Avoid discontinuing the medication without consulting a doctor, even if your symptoms have healed. Abruptly stopping the treatment causes a relapse in the condition, allowing the bacteria to become immune to the antibiotic.

Diarrhea or loose stools, headache, mild stomach pain, nausea, upset stomach and vomiting are some mild side effects that can occur.