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How Do You Get Rid Of Trichomoniasis
Yes: The lenght of time you have had it doesn't effect the cure rate with treatment. ...Read more
Your partner-: Should be treated as well if you have tested positive for trichomoniasis. This increases your curative rates. Take care. ...Read more
What is the best way to get rid of trichomoniasis? Is trichomoniasis permanent and even if I have been prescribed metronidazole can I get re prescrib
Trichomoniasis: The treatment of choice is oral antibiotics for all sexual partners at the same time and abstain from sex till treatment is completed and symptoms are resolved. CDC recommends rescreening at 3 months post therapy for sexual active female since there is a high reinfection rate. You might also want to be tested for other sexually transmitted infections - gonorrhea, chlamydia, HIV. ...Read more
Hi im 10 weeks pregnant I HAVE TRICHAMONISIS IM TAKING METRONIDIZOLE TO CURE THE INFECTION HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET RID OF? IM OUT OF CREAM
Talk to doctor: If you took the medicine as was prescribe, it should be resolved. You can be retested for the infection to test if it is still present. ...Read more
Suspect of trichomoniasis... My sex partner is getting treatment... I don't have symptoms, but I had them, didn't get treatment?
Trichomonas: You should be treated. Men often are colonized without symptoms, and without clearing this you are likely to reinfect your sexual partner and having it increases the risk of acquiring other STDs. Without treatment, the infection can last for months or even years. Go see somebody who knows about STDs. Good luck. ...Read more
I am having issues with trying to get riding trichomoniasis I've done 4 treatments and still haven't gotten rid of it please help?
Possibilities: There are several possible reasons for this: 1) perhaps you haven't been treated with the right antibiotic. Metronidazole 500mg twice a day for 7 days is the only antibiotic effective against trichomoniasis. 2) any and all sexual partners must also be treated, and then tested to make sure that they aren't re-infecting you with the trichomoniasis 3) wrong diagnosis: could be something else? ...Read more
I think I might have trichomoniasis from my ex girlfriend can I get treatment instead of going to see a doctor?
Unfortunately, no.: You can't have a treatment without having a sound diagnosis. Std have to be medically diagnosed and treated and the only way to do it, is to go and see a doctor. Please, accept to do so, not only for your health but also for other possible sexual partner (s) of yours. I am sure you agree that it is good for you and others to act responsibly. Thanks for your understanding! ...Read more
I have come in contact with a female with trichomoniasis she's on her 4th day of treatment meds and we had sex on her 4th day, can I still get it??
What is the treatment to get trichomoniasis out of bladder I have taken 2 500mg of metronidazole twice a day for a week as well as single dose week b4?
Here are some. ..: Trichomonas causes urethritis and I have never heard or read its causing bladder infection. If diagnosis is correct, the dose of Flagyl should be sufficient. Of course, be sure the sexual partner was simultaneously treated and followed. Of note, other STD-related infections such as chlamydial, mycoplasmal, needs to be considered and treated, at times, even empirically. Best wish. .. ...Read more
Here are some...: If effective as most of cases, it should exert its killing trichomonas in 24 hours, but the trich-related symptoms may take 3-7 days, varying among individuals to reflect the degree of local inflammation and systemic general health for healing. More> Ask doctor timely. Best wish... ...Read more
Normal washing: Trich can be spread penis 2 vagina, vagina 2 vagina, vagina 2 penis, also through hands, mouth & anus. Not spread (or very rarely) through clothing/bedding. Normal wash should be fine. May be spread by shared sex toys so wash those between partners. Common in women in their 40s/50s, not the same demographic as for chlamydia, gonorrhea. Very common. 70% have no symptoms. Curable with medication. ...Read more
Also called trich, is sexually transmitted vaginal infection by single cell protozoan parasite called trichomonas vaginalis
only women feel the symptoms most of the time, itching, burning in vagina, discomfort during intercourse, yellow green discharge sometimes, rarely pain in lower abdomen
treatment with Flagyl and both partners need to be treated to prevent recurrences. ...Read more
I was diagnosed with Trichomonas but am very sensitive to antibiotics. Is there any natural treatment that can help? And if not will it stay with me
Antibiotics: You do need antibiotics or it could stay. ...Read more
I recently took a 4 pill (flagyl) treatment for trichomonas. How long should I wait before having intercourse?
Waiting time?: Was your anticipated partner with whom you acquired the infection treated as well? Was the Flagyl dose 2000 mgs for a stat dose? Why not visit your gyn md's "waiting room" to be re-checked after treatment before "sharing bodily fluids" with anyone as trichomonas is transmitted sexually. ...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 ›
I tested positive for chlamydia, Gonorrhea and trichomonas was given treatment today now have severe lower back pain is this normal
No: No. Go back to the MD to be examined for a continuing pelvic infection and re-testing for the STD's. ...Read more
What is the effectiveness of Doxycycline on Trichomonas? I know Doxycycline is a suitable treatment method for Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, Chlamydia
How do I get rid of scapies iv had them almost 3 different times this past summer and have them again my family doctor has gave me and my son the cream but that only makes things worse. Iv done everything I could do?
Scabies: I would suggest seeing a dermatologistGet a more detailed answer ›
Good luck: Unfortunately acne is not just a problem for teens. Some will experience it well into their 30's or beyond. If you are well into your twenties with active breakouts you may have lost the genetic lottery. Find a dermatologist you can work with and follow a skin regimen designed to control it. It stops when it decides to. ...Read more