Metronidazole 500 Mg 4 Tablets, Azithromycin 500 Mg 2 Tablet

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DeDe Says:
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I got two medications this morning metronidazole 500 mg 4 tablets and azithromycin 500 mh 2 tablets. I waited til 7pm to take the azithromycin I took both pills. So now I waited a hour before eating so should I take the metronidazole 4 pills all together while eating my food? Am I supposed to take all the pills I got all in one day? Wait and see what happens all 7 days? That’s what the people at the pharmacy told me, take all the pills on the same day.



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Kevin Says:

Dede,

If the pharmacy instructed you to take all the pills on the same day then that is what you should do, but it sounds to me like you are still unsure of what the instructions are. If you are not sure on what you should be taking it is better to contact your pharmacy or doctor than to guess and take too much or too little of the medication.

Even if it seems like a hassle it is always better to be safe than sorry.

I hope this helps.

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