How does it work:
Zifi is an antibiotic which is effective in treating bacterial infections but not viral infections. It is most commonly prescribed to treat infections of the skin, throat, bladder, chest, and ears. It may also be prescribed to treat gonorrhea, which although fairly easy to treat can cause dangerous health implications if left untreated.
Dosage & Administration:
Suitable dosage should always be determined by your physician as it can vary depending on the condition being treated, its severity, and the individual patient's health condition and history. Never self-medicate, adjust your dosage yourself, or stop taking this medication before finishing your prescribed course of medication unless advised to do so buy a qualified health care professional.
Swallow tablets whole, without dissolving in liquid, chewing, or splitting the tablet. It is normally recommended patients dose at meal times, or shortly after eating.
Always follow the entire course of medication you have been prescribed by your physician unless specifically advised to stop by a qualified health care professional. If you stop dosing early, you risk a more severe relapse of the infection.
Patients also taking antacids not take this medication within 3 hours before or after taking their antacid(s). Consult your physician for more information.
Inform your physician if you are breastfeeding, pregnant, or trying to conceive a child, as Zifi may be un suitable for your use.
Prior to beginning your course of Zifi, always ensure your physician is aware of any allergies you have, any other medication you take (including non-prescription, supplements, and herbal products), any other health conditions, disorders, or illnesses.