How Long Does Chlamydia Take To Get Rid Of Using Powder Treatment?


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You should normally see results within one or two days of taking the powder treatment for Chlamydia. However it can take up to two weeks for all of the symptoms of Chlamydia to disappear.

  • Powder treatment
The powder treatment of Chlamydia is still Zithromax or Azithromycin. Both the scientific name and brand name are sold for more than sexually transmitted diseases. In fact, azithromycin has been used to treat bronchitis and other upper respiratory diseases. Antibiotics like azithromycin are supposed to help in the first one to two days to alleviate symptoms. Doctors generally prescribe the drug for one to five days depending on the severity of the infection.

Once a full dose has been taken, meaning the amount prescribed by the physician over a course of days, some symptoms can last for another five to seven days. Most antibiotics will have all symptoms of a disease gone within two weeks of the start of the drug treatment.

  • Speak to your physician
If you still have symptoms of Chlamydia after 14 days, you should speak with your physician. It may be that you have caught another strain or that the strain you have is resistant because of previous treatment with azithromycin. Like all antibiotics you can build up a tolerance to it, even if you have not used it for Chlamydia in the past. Your body builds up immunity to the drug, not the disease.

Most individuals that have had Chlamydia do not see the infection in a blood test after 14 days or two weeks after treatment has been provided. If there are concerns make certain you speak with your doctor. Your doctor is the only one that can treat your disease and make certain that the last remnants of it are completely wiped out of your body.

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