Is azythromicin good for bladder infection?

Usually not. Most bacterial bladder infections are caused by gram negative bacilli like e. Coli or by the gram positive coccus enterococcus. These bacteria would not be effectively treated by Azithromycin (zithromax).

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Is it a good idea to take azithromycin for a bladder infection?

Not first line. Excellent for chlamydia uti. First line antibiotics for utis are: bacrtim/septra (trimethoprim-sulfa), macrodantin, cipro, (ciprofloxacin) Augmentin or amoxicillin. Azithromycin is good for the unusual Ampicillin resistant gram positive uti. Read more...