Azithromycin resistant chlamydia?

Depends. Check with your doctor to see what it is sensitive to, and do not have unprotected sex in the future.

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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?

Retest. Chlamydia is pretty responsive to Azithromycin. If you are still having symptoms, you need to be retested, and if necessary retreated. Make sure you are abstaining from intercourse for 2 weeks after treatment, and that your partner has been treated. Read more...
Yes, but... This is not often done as chlamydia is hard to grow in culture. Often what is done it trying a second line antibiotic. More likely though is that something else is going on rather than resistance, so please be seen again. Read more...

What if my chlamydia doesn't go away and I took 4 azithromycin?

Reinfection? 1 gram of Azithromycin given as a single dose will almost always cure chlamydia. If your symptoms don't get better, it's unlikely that the drug failed. The more likely explanation is that your partner wasn't treated and gave it back to you. See your doctor. Read more...

I puked three hours after taking azithromycin for chlamydia. Is there a chance the medicine didn't work? Do I need to go get another dosage?

No need to re-treat. Most azithromycin is absobed into the bloodstream quite quickly. If you vomited within an hour of taking it, you should be re-treated to be safe. It usually isn't necessary if it was longer than that. Read more...

How good is azithromycin against chlamydia?

Very effective. Azithromycin 1g orally times one dose is an effective treatment for chlamydia. This is an acceptable alternative to the standard 7 day course of doxycycline. Read more...