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Chlamydia Cures Itself
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
Yes, with correct Rx: Chlamydia is a fully curable bacterial disease, provided that the correct antibiotic is prescribed and that it is taken as directed, and you are not reinfected by the same partner again. That's a lot of ifs. If you have been treated but still experience symptoms, see your doctor again for a second evaluation. You may need a second course of antibiotics. ...Read more
Chlamydia is a disease that can lead to chronic pelvic pain, infertility, and ectopic pregnancy. It is caused by a bacteria, thus the most tested and effective treatment is with antibiotics.
Although some natural cures have been postulated, they lack the rigorous testing required by the FDA to ensure safety and effectiveness. ...Read more
Well: You can take a one day course of treatment - but you still shouldn't have sexual contact for at least 7 days. ...Read more
Not worth the risk: This herb has active ingredients that may have antibacterial qualities, but is not known to be effective in treating Chlamydia. It is easily killed by various prescription antibiotics. The disease can progress to the point it causes injury to Fallopian tubes, increases risk of life threatening ectopic pregnancy or sterility.Since reliable cure is possible with meds, herbs aren't worth the risk ...Read more
Give it 7 days: Per cdc sexually transmitted disease treatment guidelines : “persons treated for chlamydia should be instructed to abstain from sexual intercourse for 7 days after single-dose therapy or until completion of a 7-day regimen. Http://www. Cdc. Gov/std/treatment/2010/chlamydial-infections. Htm. ...Read more
What's the best cured for chlamydia and form is it excreted from the body along does its takes to cured?
I had chlamydia they gave me 6, pills and they gave my parter 1 pill? Why.? Is it because he a man? And would that one pill cure him?
6 pills same?: Actually to treat chlamydia you need 1g of azythromycin. 4 x 250mg of azithromycin. When treating chlamydia its a good idea to also treat gonorrhea concurrently. Your doctor may have treated you for both. Your partner may have received just 1g of Azithromycin and was not treated for gonorrhea! ...Read more
Test pos. For chlamydia. Few months ago was clean, month after me my husband was neg. Had it before we together&cured it. How is it possible?
Treatment: It's a little difficult to fully comprehend the timeline you describe. If I understand, you tested positive, were treated, and then a month later your husband was tested and was negative. It is a bacterial disease, so antibiotics will cure you. If one partner isn't treated, then possible to get re-infected if have sex with that partner who wasn't treated. Rephrase your question if I didn't answer ...Read more
How long until azythromacin leaves the body and cures chlamydia? I took 3 pills for 3 days and its my 6th day I have improved but what do I do now?
Follow directions: Take the medicine as prescribed and reculture next week. ...Read more
I had chlamydia for 6 to 7 months buy I got it treated and its cured but im trying to get pregunt I have been trying for 5 months and nothing what's wr?
If you were: Treated then it's likely not from that. The chances of pregnancy are about 20% per month, look up ovulation and make sure u r familiar with this concept. You could check an ovulation predictor kit but my guess is that u will b fine. We don't consider workup unless it's been a year because it may take that long. Gd luc. ...Read more
Chlamydia: See your doc for meds. No herbs cure stds. ...Read more
Make sure: Usually the single dose is effective. It is also critical that any & every sexual partner of yours gets treated as well, and that you do not have unprotected intercourse with someone with the infection until both parties are treated. There are longer courses of treatment, usually a week of Doxycycline twice a day is very effective as well. ...Read more
Not sure: Chlamydial infections cause infertility in 20% of women. The cause is tubal blockage. There are two ways of answering this question, 1st and hsg (dye test) is done in radiology to look at the tubes. 2nd is laparoscopy, surgery requiring general anesthesia which is more invasive, but is a better test. ...Read more
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If chlamydia was treated and cured, can it still survive somewhere in the body and reinfect if there was no new exposure to it??
No: The medicine you took gets into your blood, which takes it everywhere the germ could hide and kills it. The germ is quite sensitive and needs a special environment to live. It cannot survive on your body surface or anywhere else your blood supply does not reach. Re-infection requires a new exposure to an infected source. ...Read more