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Can Chlamydia Come Back After Being Treated
Chlamydia is a curable sexually transmitted infection that is caused by the bacteria chlamydia trachomatis. This bacteria infects mucous membranes of the urethra, vagina, cervix, anus, rectum, eyelid, and throat. Chlamydia may be asymptomatic but some patients experience pain or burning during urination, nausea, fever, vaginal discharge, ...Read more
After having chlamydia for the first time and being treated.. Can it come back even if me and my partner are protecting ourselves?
Treating Chlamydia: If you are appropriately treated and you have no new exposures the infection cannot come back. But, if your partner or you are not fully treated before resuming your relationship then yes, you can get re-infected. ...Read more
Can i kiss my boyfriend if im being treated for H. pylori? Once treated for this bacteria can it come back?
Below: You may kiss your boyfriend One time infection from H pylori does not give live time protection. ...Read more
Was treated for chlamydia with doxycyline at 2 months after possible exposure, could I have asymptomatic PID and not know it from the infection?
Confusing question: By definition PID is not asymptomatic. It is an inflammatory process involving internal structures that achieves a significant intensity of symptoms that routinely ends with hospital based treatment.Chlamydia can quietly eat away at the linings of your Fallopian tubes and make you sterile without ever making you that sick.If that is your concern, that is the answer. ...Read more
After seven days from being treated from gonorrhea and chlamydia it's it ok to have oral sex without infecting my partner?
Yes: Your treatment should be sufficient, but make sure your partner was checked/treated and is clean as well; you don't want a ping-pong reinfection cycle to start. ...Read more
I had unprotected sex 24 hours after being treated for chlamydia and Gonorreah. Can I still pass the infection?
Depends: If staphylococcus aureus grows from a culture taken from pus draining from a wound, from a deep wound, from blood or other normally sterile body fluids it is probably a true and significant result. If a s.Aureus is cultured from the surface of the skin or from the nares it may only indicate colonization and not infection. Coagulase neg staph are more often contaminants. ...Read more
If me and my partner got treated for chlamydia on the same day, and did not abstain from intercourse during the recommended 14 days (so we didn't withhold from having sex), can the chlamydia still be cured. They treated us both with the injection and the
Quite possibly: The chlamydia can be spread back and forth between partners - wait at least 7 days (with either one week or one dose treatment). ...Read more
Can i still have pelvic inflammatory diseases after being treated for chlamydia? Would this mean chlamydia isn't gone and partner and need retreatmen
Maybe...: This depends on exactly how you were treated. Even when chlamydia is the apparent cause of PID, usually additional bacteria (most normal vaginal bacteria) also are involved, so PID often requires treatment for more than chlamydia. The chlamydia itself probably is gone, but you still should not be having sex at all until PID completely gone and all partner(s) treated for chlamydia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have ghonorrhea of 5months how can i be treated? Can it be cured after these months? All my tests are +
YES!: You should absolutely be treated. I am surprised that whomever did the test did not treat you. Any sexual partners are at risk. Please visit your local health department, urgent care, primary care, or emergency department for proper treatment. It's very easy to cure, no matter how long you've had it. And please tell any sexual partners over the last 5 months: they need treatment, too. ...Read more
How long should we wait to be sexually active after being treated for chlamydia? My partner and myself were given to different types of antibotics
STD Treatment: Since I do not know the medications you used the standard is that you are not contagious 48 hours after your last dose. ...Read more
How soon after being exposed to trichomonas and chlamydia can I start treatment? The exposure happened last night.
Why wait: If exposed, start treatment immediately.Get a more detailed answer ›
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