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...: People diagnosed with chlamydia should not have sex for 7 days after single dose antibiotic treatment or until completion of a 7-day course of antibiotics to prevent spreading the infection to partners. All partners need to be tested and/or treated to prevent re-infection. Latex condoms can help reduce the risk of chlamydia and other sexually transmitted infections. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Herpes simplex: Don't know how you were tested, but most often this is a clinical diagnosis based upon the mode of presentation of the lesions. Treatment, unless begun immediately after onset is seldom effective in shortening the duration of symptoms. You don't say where the infection occurred, but am assuming genitally, in which case you might want to be tested for other stds. Hope you are well soon. ...Read more
I've had bad laryngitis for 2 weeks now and it isn't clearing up. What medication do you recommend for this?
Time to see ENT: You need to have your voice box looked at to best direct treatment. 2 weeks is enough to warrant an ENT evaluation. ...Read more
How long does it take for herpes to clear up after taking the medication? And he has a out brake and I don't why is that?
Resistance &Exposure: Like any other viral (or bacterial ) infection the host has to be susceptible to the infection and the exposure must occur in a place that harbors the infections (mucous membranes for example) Some people develop antibodies to certain infectious agents and therefore when exposed never contract it. Herpes lasts 7 to 14 days as a natural course. ...Read more
I've been taking Lexapro 10mg for about 4 weeks. How long after stopping the medication will it be cleared out of my system?
Lexapro: It will be completely clear after one week ...Read more
Medication: You should be on the appropriate medication. See your medical professional to evaluate and prescribe. ...Read more
Calamine lotion: No medicine will clear up shingles. However you can try to put some soothing cream on the area to keep it from being uncomfortable. ...Read more
Quite a while: Compared to many other infections these are a longer investment of time and effort. The germ has gone deep into the hair follicles and require oral medication to reach/eliminate. Difficult cases can take a month or more of medication for final cure. Topical medications can sometimes provide a cosmetic benefit at the level of exposed skin, but won't cure it alone. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer