What Antibiotics Are Given To Treat Chlamydia?


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Neha Agrawal answered
Azithromycin are the usual antibiotics prescribed in order to treat chlamydia. They are usually contained in a powder form that needs to be mixed with water, or they're in a pill form known as doxycycline. The bacterial disease can be diagnosed from samples taken from urine or a penis or cervix. If the lab results come back positive then you will have to undergo treatment with the antibiotics by taking a single dose or two doses a day over the course of a week. Also, during this period you should not carry out any sexual activity.
Chlamydia is more common than you may think, but it is in fact the most reported bacterial sexually transmitted disease in individuals. It is important to keep in mind that the bacterial disease can be transmitted through oral and anal sex as well as vaginal. If you have transmitted this disease while you are pregnant then there is a chance that you could pass it on to your child through vaginal childbirth.
The problem with self-diagnoses when it comes to chlamydia is that most of the time you won't know that you have it. Most men and women don't experience any symptoms, which can be dangerous because you may be spreading the disease to future sexual partners without realizing. However, there are some women that experience painful urination, lower abdominal pain, nausea, painful intercourse, bleeding or unusual discharge. Men, on the other hand, may experience a burning or itching sensation around the penis or painful urination and discharge. As I mentioned earlier, chlamydia can be contracted in the rectum through anal sex so if this does occur you may suffer from occasional pain, discharge and bleeding.
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Andra answered
Yes! Since a pill begins to dissolve upon contact with fluids, purging your stomach an hour after swallowing the pill should still have given you more than enough time for it to dissolve and the antibiotics to enter your bloodstream. On average, the human body can digest an entire meal in roughly 30 min.
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ray of light answered
You have not mentioned which antibiotic you have taken? Every antibiotic has its own mode of action and own peak plasma level time and excretion time. I can not tell you without knowing the name of antibiotic that whether it will kill the pathogen or not. Every antibiotic has its own MICs that is minimum inhibitory concentrations required to kill and pathogen. Always take antibiotic after eating something.
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Stuti Ahuja answered
I can tell you the names of the antibiotics that are given to patients suffering from Chlamydia but you should, however, consult your physician before you consume or suggest any of the medicines. The first antibiotic that is given is Azithromycin, quantity 1 gram. One tablet should be taken orally only once a day. The second Antibiotic given is Doxycycline 100 mg; it should be taken orally twice a day for 7 days. If a person can not take the medicines mentioned above, the usually prescribed medicine is Spectinomycin 2 grams. Antibiotics for same sex orientation or in states of California, Hawaii, Asia, Whales and England are different and a doctor should be consulted.
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Dude after the qtip swab the blood taken from me for testing and the gono. Shot I passed out on the floor

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