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How Long After Taking Doxycycline Can Cervicitis Symptoms Persist
Varies: The symptoms may not be entirely due to the active infection but can also come from the damage incurred during the infection. A test of cure is important if the symptoms persist. ...Read more
About how long does it take for symptoms of cervicitis to improve? On doxycycline and am on day 3. Not much improvement thus far. Cramps still persist
Cervix tenderness on/ off and cervicitis. What does this mean? I am also taking doxycycline for the 3-4 day for 7 days.
My biopsy came back as cervictis and they found trichmonhis cells are normal they gave me doxycycline for cervictis and metronidazole for tric .Is this why my bladder infection can't clear up.
What can be expected as far as side effects or symptoms go, with lengthy use of doxycycline? How long will these symptoms last after stopping the doxy
Diagnosed with cervicitis on Saturday. Given IM Ceftriaxone and 1 gram oral Zithromax in ER. Symptoms worsening. How long does it take to improve?
A few days: Cervicitis is often an STD, especially gonorrhea or chlamydia, and you were correctly treated for both. The main symptoms of cervicitis (vaginal discharge, urinary discomfort, maybe spotting) can take a few days to clear up and might worsen briefly. However, if you have pelvic pain or fever, and getting worse, they suggest PID (tube infection). If so, get rechecked today; may need more antibiotic. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Uaually a few days: Days but you may have a co-condition that needs looking into. ...Read more
Doxycycline sun rash: Doxycycline absorbs UV-A, so if you're outdoors when the med is in your system, you could wind up with a photosensitive rash. That rash can be nasty -so it's good to be careful. The half-life of the drug is about 20 hrs, and it binds to proteins in the body. Thus, after about 5 half-lives since you last took the drug, 'all of it' should be out of your system. That's 4-5 days as the other docs said ...Read more
4-10 days: You should wait until your body has completly eliminated the medication. This is dependent on the dose, the half life and your bodies ability to eliminate the drug. If sun toxic then safe to wait about 10 days, wear at least a 30 sunblock when you go out. ...Read more
Typically...: It takes 3-5 days. It is important though to keep taking the medication until it all gone, even after you have started to feel better. If you don't improve, you should go back the doctor, because you may have a resistant case. Remember, your sexual partners will need to be treated as well. ...Read more
You can: To tell you the truth, no one really know if there is any problem or none. However, based on the knowledge of pharmacology, after you stop doxy, you should be able to resume your bcp without any serious side effect. ...Read more
Cervicitis: It depends on the severity and the nature of medication used. Usually within a week. ...Read more
I know i can't take my doxycycline pill with milk but how long after taking it can I drink milk? Can i not have it at all?
I have been taking doxycycline for folliculitis for 3 weeks and still have breakouts. How long should it take to clear up?
Save The Wrappers!!: Well, it's like any antibiotic. Depends on why you're taking it. You've gotta weigh the potential risks of whatever it is you have (?gingivitis? recurring skin infection? acne? a recurring compulsion so save all of your used chewing gum?) versus the potential risks of taking an antibiotic for prolonged periods of time (resistant organisms, side effects, expense). In most cases, no big deal. ...Read more
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