Craztronin Azitromicin Tabs 500mg

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Joanralph Says:
Craztronin--what is it usually prescribed for

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Verwon Says:
The active ingredient is Azithromycin, an antibiotic used to treat various types of infections.

Some of the most common side effects include: nausea, drowsiness, diarrhea and skin rash.


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Marv Johnon Says:
coughing and sinus drainage...Is this prescription of Craztronin Azitromicina okay, 3 tablets in package do I take one a day or what is the correct doseage?

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Robert Says:
Since you don't seem to have any info on it and I have access to a box, I thought you might need this too.

text from box:
Dosis: la que el medico senale. Via de administracion: Oral. Su venta requiere receta medica. No se deje al alcance de los ninos. No se administre durante el embarazo ni la lactancia. Conservese a temperatura ambiente a no mas de 30^C y en lugar seco.

google translation:
Doses: the doctor noted. Route of administration: Oral. Its sale requires a prescription. Keep out of reach of children. Do not administer during pregnancy and lactation. Store at room temperature to no more than 30C (86F) and dry.

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kathy Says:
you take 2 tabs the first day, then one per day for the next 4 days.

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Kim H Says:
Since you have the 3 pack of 500 mg tablets you just take 1 a day for 3 days. It's suggested that you take it at the same time each day. I do better with it if I take it with a meal.

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Jim Says:
how do you take the three tablets?

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dshermanator Says:
This is the same as a Z-Pak (azithromycin), which is a five day course. You should take one 500 mg tablet the first day, then half a tablet (so 250 mg) for days two through five. Take at the same time every day and preferably with food.

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Shirley Says:
How many craztronin azitromicina

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Pat Says:
What strand is this medication

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rollie Says:
is this good for tooth infection?

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Susan Says:
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Hi I have a question does craztronin medicine have codeine cause I am alergic to codeine Thanks

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Helen Says:
Can Craztronin be use for or treat bladder infection.

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