I read a answer on here that Azithromycin cures chlamydia in 2-3 days..but doctors tell patients to wait 7days just to be safe.Well can someone tell me if thats true or not?Because I had 1 dose of Azithromycin n i had sex within 4days of the 7day wait..I want to Know was my chlamydia cured by then
i took zithromycin to cure chlamydia. the doctor gave me the pill at 2 in the afternoon, at 11 that nite i started drinking alcohol and thru up at 2 am. will the that stop the meds from working properly?
i find azithromycin doesnt work for chlamydia for some people sometimes. if its not effective the doctor will try to give you another kind of antibiotic. To BE SURE you have to asked for a retest for chlamydia so you will find out if your infection was treated or you were re infected again.. to be safe.... its better to have a follow up check up after medication so the doctor will give you a green light. before having sex
i took doxy for 7 days twice a day and had to go back to the doctor bcuz the pain was so bad the tested me again and it came back positve for chlamydia she gave me azithromycin 250 4 pills one dose today is day 3 and i still have pain ths is so fraustrating its driving me insane i also just got my period and have horrible cramps dont know if thats whats causing the pain so badly but i just want this out of my body never again will i get drunk and have unprotected sex worst experience of my life !!
Im on the bcp. I was given a zpack to treat my chlamydia. The doctor told me no sex for a week but didnt say anything about my bcp being less effective. 12 days after my treatment (2-26-12) my bf nd i had sex and he came insidw of me. I had just started a new pack of my bcp which means i only had 6 pills in my system. Could i be pregnant??
It takes 7 full days i took 4 250mg pills. but my bestfriend was effected and so was her boyfriend and they had sex the same day they took the pill unprotected and were not reinfected i think the pill stops the spread also
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