When To Take Azitromicina 500mg 3 Pack Vs The 5 Pack?

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blake Says:


I have a throat infection... feels like strep. I have a box of 3, 500mg brand Charyn Azitromicina... i also have a bottle of Zertalin brand azitromicina 500mg (5 pills)
They are both azitromicina, just different brands and different qty's.
When should use a 3 pack vs a 5 pack?



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David Says:

Hi Blake,

In general, most antibiotics are taken for a course of 7-10 days. I've had a similar upper respiratory infection before and was prescribed penicillin 500mg to take 2-3 times a day for a week or until the script was all used up. So I guess when it comes to a 3 pack vs a 5 pack, maybe what matters is simply having enough to get through a full week? Have you discussed any of this with your prescribing doctor yet?

Hope you are feeling better!

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