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Chlamydia Infectionis There A Good Method That Can Eradicate It In 48 Hours
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
Can trich be contracted in a public swimming pool? What is treatment for trich that is resistant to medication? What pain does trich cause untreated?
Not likely: An untreated pond (/"swimming hole")...Maybe...But you would see it all over the news if dozens of women got mystery trich. As to resistance, switch to different medicine. Untreated can cause "mystery" low abdominal pains--kinda non-descript and vague discomfort in low abdomen. ...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
Is it possible that a man living long time with klebsiella pneumoniae without treatment.Is this infection automatically gone like c.trachomatis?
Klebsiella: Yes it can go away, automatically the question needs to be refined for clarity ...Read more
My RECTAL chlamydia might be a resistant strain, still symptoms after 14 days, took 1000mg Azithromycin. Is there a test that doctor can use to find out which Antibiotics it is resistant to?
Does a speculum have to be used in order to test for yeast infection, BV, etc.? If one is a virgin is there other ways to test without using that?
Speculum: A speculum is used to visualize the cervix for visual inspection and to take samples for pap smear, HPV and sample if pus is draining from the cervix. Smaller speculum are used for virgins. Gonorrhea and chlamydia can be diagnosed via a urine specimen. BV , trichomonas and yeast infection can be diagnosed using a swab of vaginal secretions. Discuss with your doctor if speculum exam is necessary ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Brain tapeworm, allergic to flagyl, has Crohn's as well. Expelled live worms after 1 month albendazole, is there a better treatment? How to eradicate?
Nerurocysticercosis: If this is Pork Tapeworm (T. Solium), a meta analysis of treatment compared albendazole with praziquantal, suggested that albendazole is the better treatment: "Albendazole versus Praziquantel in the Treatment of Neurocysticercosis: A Meta-analysis of Comparative Trials". PLoS Negl Trop Dis 2 (3): e194. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18335068 Anti seizure therapy may be indicated too. ...Read more
I've done quite a lot of research on how to cure yeast infection in women with little or no hope. Has anyone got a way out for me?
See your doctor: Which md gave the diagnosis to begin with? If that doctor diagnosed it to be yeast then she will treat it. There are a great many books that describe all sorts of generalized symptoms that most people have had in their life and call it yeast. If that is the basis of your diagnosis it is time to see a physician. Find out if you have anxiety or are experiencing depression. ...Read more
Will strep throat go away completely if treated with azithromycin? Is there a chance that medicine will not get rid of infection?
Possibility: Strep should be gone if you took the same dose for 5 days. Sometimes though strep does recover after you finish medicine and strikes again. ...Read more
Is it possible that pseudomonas found in semen culture be responsible for my prostatitis symptoms? Do you consider pseudomonas as dangerous infection?
Is klebsiella pneumoniae (found in urine culture) contagious? Is it possible to keep him at home and do the treatment?
If i had vaginal yeast infection for more than 3 years with mild symptom, what is the best way to cure the infection? Can it be completely cure?
Chronic Yeast: Infection warrants evaluation ; treatment by a physician - vice just reaching for an otc product. ...Read more
Can chlamydia return, even after antibiotic treatment, because it survives in the stomach (R.Rank - CDC, 07.02. 2014 ) or that remains for mice?
I am a chronic carrier of typhoid since many years. Antibiotics fails to cure it as the bacteria form biofilms in body. How to destroy biofilm?
Awaiting discovery: Haven't heard of a way to prevent the formation of typhoid biofilms or to remove them. Research is surely underway to do just that. Biofilms are mixtures of bacteria and their associated polysaccharides, glycoproteins, glycolipids, extracellular DNA, etc., together called extracellular polymeric substances. Biofilms make an infection harder to treat and harder for one's immune system to eradicate. ...Read more
Can you get a baterial infection through sex other than staphylococcus infection, that is not a std.
Where is infection?: People can get staph and strep skin infections from contact during sex. If this happens frequently, using a cleansing agent like hiblicens can help. Some women develop urinary tract infections after sex and if this happens frequently, we may give them antibiotics to take after sex to prevent infection. ...Read more
Can someone carry STD (gono) without testing for the disease i also tested negative howver, i had the symptoms of gorno and the medicine cleared it up. Is it possible my girlfriend is a carrier and can still pass the germs howver weaken they are
Gonorrhea : Gonorrhea does not have a carrier state. A test always has the possibility of giving a false negative result. This is something to consider. Also you may have had another type of infection that was treated with the antibiotics you were given. Please use condoms to protect yourself in the future. ...Read more
I've been reading a fecal transplant may help IBS/SIBO. Is this worth trying? Can it be dangerous in any way assuming the donor is healthy?
Worth trying: if the donor is indeed healthy then the only real other risk is the risk of the procedure - which at your 35y/o is indeed minimal. if you're really unhappy with your bowel issues, well worth trying. Find a reputable center though, and preferably one that engages in research. ...Read more
How would you treat a bladder infection from Group B Strep (tested, high number of colonies) that doesn't respond to Ampicillin/Penicillin?
Very unusual: This is almost impossible: GBS is uniformly susceptible to ampicillin and related penicillins. You may need testing to confirm if you are now infected with a different bacteria; and whether you still have a urinary tract infection or some other explanation for your symptoms (e.g., STDs like chlamydia or gonorrhea). Discuss with your doctor. Good luck! ...Read more