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Medical News Today: Can you take a Z pack for a cold?

05:00 EST 22 Nov 2018 | Medical News Today

Taking a Z pack for a cold will have no effect. This is because a Z pack is a type of antibiotic that works for bacterial infections, not viral infections such as the cold. There are also some safety concerns about taking a Z pack for viral infections, so doing so should only occur under the supervision of a doctor.

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