Can My Chlamydia Still Be Treated? How Badly Is The Effect?
8 months ago I was diagnosed with chlamydia. I only received one day of treatment---two tablets of azithromycin. I believe i was supposed to receive more becuase i was told to take meds for 2-3 weeks. The medecine was expensive so i hadnt gotten the rest.Just 7 months after my diagnose (1 month ago from now) I was given Nitrofuran Monohyd Macro for a finding of a possible UTI. However I believe what the 'possible' was, was the chlamydia. I also began taking garlic pill supplements in hope that it would help cease the chlamydia. I still get symptoms some times stronger than other times....cramps, itching, discharge, odor, bleeding during sex at times....What are the chances that I have been affected to the extent where I can not have children in the future? Would taking part of my medecine, that one time, have possibly slowed the process of that effect, as well?
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