Azenil review

Azenil is an antibiotic of the macrolide type that is taken orally. One of the world’s highest-selling medicines, Azenil is used in treating infections caused by bacteria, such as certain Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs), bronchitis, and infections found in the ears, lungs, and throat. This medication inhibits the growth of proteins that feed on bacteria, causing them to die out. It is important to note that this medication cannot treat viral infections, such as colds and flu. Its more popular brand names are Zithromax and Ventrox.

People suffering from abnormal heartbeats, Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), kidney or liver disease, or cystic fibrosis should be advised by their doctor before taking Azenil. This medication is not recommended for people taking anticoagulants, also known as blood thinners, or any immunosuppresants. Combining these with Azenil may be harmful.

Studies have not indicated the medication is particularly harmful for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding; however, it is best to consult with a physician before taking Azenil just to make certain that there will be no adverse effects.

Azenil comes in two forms: either as a tablet or as a liquid suspension, both of which are taken orally. It is usually taken once or twice a day for one to five days. If your physician prescribes otherwise, follow his orders strictly; otherwise, the bacteria may eventually become immune to the medication. If a dosage is missed, take it as soon as you remember, but do not take more than the prescribed amount at one time to compensate. It may be taken with or without food; however, the tablets should be taken with a full glass of water. The liquid suspension must be mixed well before being taken.

Avoid ingesting alcohol if you are taking Azenil. Do not perform any potentially dangerous tasks such as driving until you are sure of Azenil’s effects on you. On occasion, the medication has been found to cause extreme sleepiness in patients. Azenil also makes skin more sensitive to UV rays, so avoid being in the sun too much or using any tanning beds.

You may continue to eat normally unless your doctor prescribes a specific diet for you.

Azenil is such a widely accepted medication precisely because its side effects are often so minimal. Among these are stomachaches, diarrhea, and mild skin rashes. Unless these manifest in very serious forms, there is no need to worry. On rare occasions, however, some adverse side effects do arise and a physician should definitely be contacted in the case of the following: hives, swelling, harsh rashes, hoarseness, irregular heart rhythm, or jaundice. If you encounter any problems not listed here that make you uncomfortable, contact your doctor right away.

The medicine should be kept in the container originally given to you. For its tablet form, merely store it in a cool place away from any moisture. The liquid medicine may be stored at room temperature or in a refrigerator, but do not freeze it. After 10 days, get rid of any unused medication.

Azenil has the following structural formula:

Chemical structure of azenil

• Molecular formula of azenil is C38H72N2O12
• Chemical IUPAC Name is 11-(4-dimethylamino-3-hydroxy-6-methyl-oxan-2-yl)oxy-2-ethyl-3,4,10- trihydroxy-13-(5-hydroxy-4-methoxy-4,6-dimethyl-oxan-2-yl)oxy-3,5,6,8,10,12,14- heptamethyl-1-oxa-6-azacyclopentadecan-15-one
• Molecular weight is 748.985 g/mol
Azenil available : 200mg/5ml suspension 15ml bottle, 500mg tablets, 250mg tablets, 600mg tablets

Generic name: Azithromycin

Brand name(s): Aritromicina, Azithramycine, Azithromycine, Azithromycinum, Azitromax, Aziwok, Aztrin, Hemomycin, Misultina, Mixoterin, Setron, Sumamed, Tobil, Tromix, Zeto, Zifin, Zithrax, Zithromax, Zitrim, Zitromax, Zitrotek

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