Can cephradine get rid of gonorrhea?

It is a first. Generation cephalosporin (keflin, keflex); not the official recommended drug, and there is ample cross-allergy with penicillins that it would not be a good substitute. I believe high dose, parenteral (injected) penicillin remains drug of choice.

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How to get rid of gonorrhea at home?

Yes with antibiotics. First you have to see your doctor , after confirmation will rx you appropriate antibiotic , also will check you for other std s , including hiv, you have to see your doctor. Read more...
Antibiotics. You should see your doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment. Using condoms reduces the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. Read more...
You can not. Ghonorreha is not a condition that you can get rid of at home. You need antibiotics for this disease. Read more...

Can u get rid of gonorrhea if pvk 500?

No. Because of resistance, the recommended treatment for gonorrhea is Ceftriaxone (with Azithromycin as well, because of concomitant non-gonococcal urethritis concerns). Read more...
Not best choice. Resistance to penicillin can be common. See a health care provider if you think you have a sexually transmitted infection. Read more...

Is there an antibiotic involving six pilld to get rid of gonorrhea/clamydia?

Yes. A zithromax pack is used for these infections and involves six pills over 5 days. Test of cure afterwards should be done to confirm the infection is gone. Read more...

How would u get rid of gonorrhea with out goin to a doctor?

I do not know. You need a medication to treat it, which would be prescribed by a health care provider who has prescription writing ability. Read more...
Asking 4 Impossible. You cannot. Especially now that there is a brutal drug resistant version of gonorrhea sweeping the western world. Gonorrhea treatment now requires a shot and there are no pills to treat it. In many places in the U.S. There are std clinics and public health clinics that can help you get this problem completely and accurately treated. Read more...
See the doctor! The recommended gonorrhea treatment is a shot of ceftriaxone plus an oral antibiotic. Both require a prescription, and obviously you'll need to get the shot from a doctor or clinic. If you think you have gonorrhea or have been exposed, see a doctor ASAP. If money or confidentiality is an issue, contact your local or state health department for the nearest STD clinic. Good luck! Read more...
You can not. You can not get rid of Gonorrhea without getting Antibiotic shot for it Consult Your Doctor as you can infect your sexual partners and it can make you infertile and infection can spread to joints and oterr areas through the blood stream Get it treated. Read more...

I read that gonorrhea is no longer treatable with antibiotics. Now what will people do if they get gonorrhea? Does the body get rid of it eventually?

False information. Gonorrhea is still effective treated with antibiotics. What you may be referring to is the fact that some oral antibiotics which use to be effective against gonorrhea, are meeting resistant strains. The treatment of choice for gonorrhea is an antibiotic injection (ceftriaxone). Other options are zithromax or doxycycline. Read more...

What's the best treatment to get rid of neisseria gonorrhea infection?

Be careful please. As of 2010 injectable Ceftriaxone appears to be one of the few effective antibiotics. Because of increasing rates of antibiotic resistance local susceptibility patterns need to be taken into account when deciding on treatment. Many antibiotics that were once effective including penicillin, tetracycline and fluoroquinolones are no longer recommended because of high rates of resistance. Thanks. Read more...

How will I take zithromax? I just took ofloxacin 400mg fir 6days but it doesnt seem to get rid of my gonorrhea

Treating gonorrhea. Ofloxacin should never be used for gonorrhea, especially in the Philippines, where most gonorrhea is resistant to oflox and related drugs (e.g. ciprofloxacin, levofloxacin). See a doctor for an injection of ceftriaxone. If not possible, e.g. if you go through a pharmacy without a doctor, ask for cefixime 800 mg or azithromycin 2 grams; take either as a single dose. Partner(s) also need treatment. Read more...

What drug can I take if azithromycin didn't get rid of my gonorrhea?

Ceftriaxone, others. Duplicate question, same answer: Azithromycin by itself is not used for gonorrhea treatment unless other first-line treatments cannot be given, such as drug allergy. When used for gonorrhea, a 2 gram dose of AZM is needed (vs. 1 gram for chlamydia). Has persistent gonorrhea been professionally diagnosed? If so, I would recommend ceftriaxone plus doxycycline. Discuss with your doctor or clinic. Read more...