In the past two weeks, I have been experiencing itching and increased vaginal discharge, There has been slight pain with urination at times. My doctor prescribed me a Z-pack for respiratory infection & I took my first dose (2-250 mg) about 24 hrs ago, with 4-250 mg tablets remaining. If I have Chlamydia (& may based on research I have done) will the antibiotic treatment I am currently taking cure an STD as well? Also, how long to expect symptoms to subside after starting ABT therapy? Do any of the home remedies recommended to treat/prevent chlamydia work?
Hi and welcome, If you think you have chlamydia please see a doctor as this would need proper testing and treatment. Ive read that women can have some ill effects if left untreated and usually a follow up test is advised.
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