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Me+partner treated for chlamydia now I have a dark colored urine pain in lower back pain in low abominals and a brown discharge. Dnt use condoms help?

Me+partner treated for chlamydia now I have a dark colored urine pain in lower back pain in low abominals and a brown discharge. Dnt use condoms help?

Retest: I would schedule a visit and ask to be retested for chlamydia. Perhaps you have it again. You can also have your urine tested for a bladder infection. You can also discuss your birth control options to help prevent an unplanned pregnancy. You can also ask for HIV testing. This is important after your chlamydia infection. Use condoms. ...Read more

Chlamydia (Definition)

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


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If my partner was treated for chlamydia, do I have to be treated too if I don't have any symptoms?

If my partner was treated for chlamydia, do I have to be treated too if I don't have any symptoms?

100% yes: Yes - women frequently don't have any symptoms from chlamydia. So go to your obgyn, get checked, and get treated. And use condoms in the future to minimize the std risk. ...Read more

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My partner was treated for chlamydia. Can I get treatment through here or do I need to go in person.

My partner was treated for chlamydia. Can I get treatment through here or do I need to go in person.

Not this site: Please review the site disclaimer. This is a medical information site. We do not diagnose or treat anyone from this site. There is a sister site, HT Prime where you may be able to establish a physician/patient relationship if a physician accepts your case and receive some services. Your partners doc may be willing to send out treatment or you may need to see your own doc. ...Read more

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Me and my partner were treated for chlamydia given 2pills was not told how long to wait for her to be cured would it be ok to have sex after 8days?

Me and my partner were treated for chlamydia given 2pills was not told how long to wait for her to be cured would it be ok to have sex after 8days?

See answer: To be absolutely certain that both are cured of chlamydia, it is recommended that you both be retested 2-4 weeks after treatment. Most recommend abstaining from resuming sexual activity for 2 weeks. The reality is though that in the vast majority of people, the chlamydia has been eradicated in 7 days. Since both you and your partner have been treated, likely both safe. Can use condom if concerned. ...Read more

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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

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

Possibly: The best way to ensure that the chlamydia infection has been treated adequately is for your and your partner to get re-tested. Abstinence or use of barrier protection (condoms) should also be used until the chlamydia culture returns as negative to prevent re-infection. ...Read more

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Can you start having unprotected sex 7 days after treatment when both you and your partner were treated for chlamydia?

Can you start having unprotected sex 7 days after treatment when both you and your partner were treated for chlamydia?

Yes: The treatment for chlamydia requires only about three days. By 7 days you are safe to resume relations. Condoms are effective for preventing the transmission of chlamydia and many other std's. ...Read more

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Me and my partner got treated for chlamydia and had sex on the 7th day but the condom split will we both still have chlamydia?

Me and my partner got treated for chlamydia and had sex on the 7th day but the condom split will we both still have chlamydia?

Chlamydia Treatment: It all depends on the antibiotic used for treatment. Usually one is not contagious forty-eight hours after finishing the treatment. ...Read more

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Me and my partner were treated for chlamydia with azithromycin and has protected sex a day after treament. Does that effect the treatment?

Me and my partner were treated for chlamydia with azithromycin and has protected sex a day after treament. Does that effect the treatment?

Treating Chlamydia: Yes, in the scenario you describe you had a sexual encounter when one or both of you were not fully treated. I often advise my patients that it takes at least 48 hours to be free of contagion after being treated for chlamydia or gonorrhea. I would also hope that your health care provider treated you for both...Which is the best approach to these two infections. ...Read more

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Could sex with my partner while being treated for chlamydia stop us from being cured?

Could sex with my partner while being treated for chlamydia stop us from being cured?

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

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Should I get retreated if me and my partner were treated Monday for chlamydia but had sex with condom but broke on Sunday following week.

Should I get retreated if me and my partner were treated Monday for chlamydia but had sex with condom but broke on Sunday following week.

Probably not: If you both were given standard treatment with azithromycin or doxycycline, you are not likely to reinfect one another. But to be certain, you both should be re-tested after 3-4 weeks. Good luck! ...Read more

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If my male partner and I both get treated for chlamydia, can it reoccur without infidelity?

If my male partner and I both get treated for chlamydia, can it reoccur without infidelity?

No: As long as the chlamydia was completely treated, it should not come back. If you are having symptoms, please talk to your doctor. You may require treatment for BV or gonorrhea. ...Read more

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3 long term partners have given me chlamydia, all 3 times I was treated early. Am I still able to have more children?

3 long term partners have given me chlamydia, all 3 times I was treated early. Am I still able to have more children?

Here are some. ..: Known to most, if not all, most of men / women infected with chlamydia trachomatis are its carriers with no symptoms despite of treatment. Yes, you can have more children as long as you're treated and can conceive. More detail? Ask your gyn-doc. ...Read more

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Me and my partner were treated same day for chlamydia. We had relations on the seventh day that night. Did we cause reinfection?

Me and my partner were treated same day for chlamydia. We had relations on the seventh day that night. Did we cause reinfection?

Azithromycin: I will assume you each took one gram of azithromycin. As long as you waited for 48 hours after taking the medication you are just fine. There is a 48 rule for chlamydia following azithromycin. ...Read more

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I was treated for chlamydia and was symptomless for 3 wks. After 3 weeks some symtoms have returned. I have the same partner & we followed instructions.

I was treated for chlamydia and was symptomless for 3 wks. After 3 weeks some symtoms have returned. I have the same partner & we followed instructions.

Both partners need: Both partners need treatment for chlamydia, otherwise you can get reinfected.
So if you were yhe only partner who was treated, you need retreatment and your partner needs treatment as well. ...Read more

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After having chlamydia for the first time and being treated. Can it come back even if me and my partner are protecting ourselves?

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

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I tested pos for chlamydia 11 months ago. My partner and I were both treated, abstained and retested 2x but I'm still having vaginal sx on and off.

I tested pos for chlamydia 11 months ago. My partner and I were both treated, abstained and retested 2x but I'm still having vaginal sx on and off.

Obgyn evaluation: If you have been retested for chlamydia and the results were negative then chlamydia can be ruled out as the cause. You will need to see an Obgyn and explain what vaginal symptoms you are having. Then once they know the details they can determine if any other testing needs to be done and do a physical exam to determine what might be causing whatever vaginal symptoms you are having. ...Read more

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2 weeks ago my ex partner had symptoms for chlamydia and has been treated. I was screened in june and was negative, but could I have given it to him?

2 weeks ago my ex partner had symptoms for chlamydia and has been treated. I was screened in june and was negative, but could I have given it to him?

Depends: More information is needed to answer this question accurately. When did you separate? Or, rather, when did you last have sex with him? When exactly was the negative chlamydia test? If test was neg june 15th and you broke up june 16th, then unlikely you gave it to him. Assuming as well, that you didn't have any new partners while you were breaking up with him, etc. ...Read more

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My partner and I got treated for chlamydia on Monday and yesterday had unprotected sex are we at risk for reinfection?

My partner and I got treated for chlamydia on Monday and yesterday had unprotected sex are we at risk for reinfection?

Unlikely, if both of: You received adequate treatment. Recurrent infection is not uncommon but there are some treatment failures even with medication. Reinfection, however, is usually due to reexposure to an untreated asymptomatic partner. Besides infection exposure, unprotected sex also puts you at risk for pregnancy unless you are using other contraceptives, so there are broader issue at stake. ...Read more

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Partner and I were both treated for chlamydia and had protected sex 24 hours after. Am I still at risk and should I get another treatment?

Partner and I were both treated for chlamydia and had protected sex 24 hours after. Am I still at risk and should I get another treatment?

Not likely: If you are sure that you both took your meds and you used a condom, you are likely fine. But if unsure, you can always get a follow up test. ...Read more

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I had chlamydia but I took medicine and now I've been treated for it. My partner and I have been trying to get pregnant but no results yet :/?

Chlamydia: Depending on the medication you may want to wait a little before trying to get pregnant. Just to make sure the medication is out of your system. Unless it was a severe case left untreated for a period of time I don't think your fertility is impaired (scarring of the fallopian tubes). You might try an ovulation predictor kit to determine your most fertile time Good Luck ...Read more

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My partner and I were treated on the same day for chlamydia. We had protected sex on the 7th day of the treatment. What is the chance of reinfection?

My partner and I were treated on the same day for chlamydia. We had protected sex on the 7th day of the treatment. What is the chance of reinfection?

Used a condom?: If you had sex and a condom was correctly used from "start" to "finish" without tears, slipping, etc., there is little risk of transmitting Chlamydia. ...Read more

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I got treated a week ago today for chlamydia and my partner last week friday, we just had unprotected sex, did we reinfect eachother?

I got treated a week ago today for chlamydia and my partner last week friday, we just had unprotected sex, did we reinfect eachother?

After...: After treatment the best thing to do is to make sure the infection was resolved with the antibiotics that you took. My recommendation is to go and get tested again and make sure you are both clear of the infection. There is no way to tell if you got reinfected until you get this done. ...Read more

Dr. Hunter Handsfield
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Chlamydia Infection (Definition)

A sexually transmitted infection caused by a bacteria. Genital symptoms include burning on urination, vaginal or penile discharge, pain with sexual intercourse or ...Read more


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