Zithromax (azithromycin), manufactured by Pfizer, is a popular antibiotic used most often to treat respiratory infections, while also used to treat skin infections and some sexually transmitted diseases. Zithromax is taken once daily, usually two to five days under normal dosage. The most serious types of health problems that have been attributed to Zithromax include liver damage resulting in death or liver transplant surgery. The symptoms for liver damage may include yellow eyes, abdominal pain, nausea, clay colored stools, and dark urine. Recent warnings have been added to the label regarding abnormal liver function, jaundice, necrosis, hepatic (liver) failure and death, which have been experienced by persons taking this drug.
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