|Azythromicin and heart problems
Mar 14, 2013
I currently take Azithromycin because of my low CD4 count. I just read that Azythmromycin can cause heart problems. Should I be worried about long term use of Azithromycin? Or is the media overblowing the dangers of using it?
Response from Dr. Henry
Worth discussing with your HIV provider who knows your overall clinical status. In general experience with azithromycin to prevent AIDS-related opportunistic infection in patients with low CD4 count has been favorable and risk for cardiac event is very low. That being said each patient merits a eview of their overall risk-benefit. For now at our clinic we are not generally stopping azithromycin in situations like your describe for yourself. KH
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