How many grams of azithromycin should get rid of chlamydia and gonnoherra together?

2 grams. Two grams of zithromax orally will treat uncomplicated gonnorrhea and chlamydia together. One gram is use to treat chlamydia alone.

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How many grams of azithromycin should get rid of chlamydia?

1 gram, single dose. A single dose of 1 g (1000 mg) by mouth. Azithromycin is very long lasting: a single dose gives 7-10 days of effective antibiotic in the system. However, azithromycin fails to cure chlamydia up to 5% of the time (1 in 20 patients), even more if the rectum is infected. STD experts are moving toward a preference fo doxycycline (100 gm twice daily) in people who will remember to take all doses. Read more...

Hi, I took 1000mg of Azithromycin on March 22 to get rid of Chlamydia, I had my period the last week of March already but have vaginal blood today?

Return to doctor. Return to your doctor to be rechecked. Once in a while azithromcycin doesn't cure chlamydia; or you may also have an additional STD; or vaginal bleeding with some other cause. Most important is to be professionally evaluated. Good luck! Read more...

Does zithromax used for chlamydia get rid of pid? How can I be sure if chlamydia did or didn't cause infertility?

No. Pid is a clinical diagnosis separate from chlamydia infection; zithromax alone is not an appropriate treatment for pid. Fertility problems from chlamydia are invariably tubal problems and/or pelvic adhesions: these can be tested (respectively) by x-ray (hsg) and laparoscopy. Not all chlamydial infections cause problems, though. Read more...
PID. Because chlamydia can stay without symptoms, it can cause damage to the fallopian tubes and lead to infertility later in life. If diagnosed early, a single dose of zithromax should treat the infection and reduce any risk for complications. Still, the only way to know if there is any residual effect is to evaluate the fallopian tubes with a hysterosalpingogram. Read more...

Is 1 gram of azthromycin Will I get rid of my chlamydia?

Here are some .. Clinically, 1 gram azithromycin will effectively eradicate chlamydia for most of cases, but never 100%, i.e., for all. Besides, the partner should be simultaneously treated and followed so to minimize reinfection. More? Ask Doc timely. Read more...

I was positive on chlamydia and drank 3 pills of azithromycin 500mg each but threw up 20mins later, will I have to get treatment again?? Please help!!

Azithromycin. Large single dose azithromycin can cause nausea. Doxycycline can be used as a 10 day treatment, spreading the medication dose over more time, which you should tolerate better. Please consult with a doctor to get a new treatment, since likely you havent absorbed any of the azithromycin after throwing it up. Read more...
Yes. These pills had no time to dissolve enough to treat you effectively. You could try doing this with 1 pill daily X3 and get the same effect with less nausea.It is often done as one dose to make sure you take it all, it is one of only a few that will work that way. Other meds are available.Contact your doc. Read more...

Hi, I took 2 tablets of Zithromax each is 500g at once together with 1 tablet of Cipro 500, to cure both gonnorea and chlamydia, now it's the second day after treatment and still no affect at all, I'm still the same I'm not feeling better, white and gree

See below. Recommended first-line treatment for GC/Chlamydia urethritis is either Azithromycin 1 gm (which you received) or Doxycycline 100 mg twice daily x 7 days. Though symptoms often show improvement within 24-48 hrs, it can sometimes take several days longer, so I would recommend waiting a few more days. There is an ~10-20% failure or recurrence rate. If symptoms still present after 7 days, re-evaluate. Read more...

I took 2 grams of Zithromax Monday, I had a refill from a previous sinus infection, I took 1 gram today, will that affect the treatment of chlamydia?

No. The 2g of Zithromax you have taken already should be appropriate treatment for Chlamydia. Your partner(s) also should be treated to avoid re-infection. Read more...
Depends. Contact the doctor who gave you the treatment for Chlamydia to clarify. Azithromycin 1 gram orally in a single dose is one treatment for Chlamydia. So you have already had more than the necessary abx. One question how old is the bottle from the previous sinus infection. Lesson is always take antibiotics as directed under the guidance of your physician. Think before taking pills out an old bottle. Read more...
It depends. if by "affect the treatment," you mean "Will 2+ grams of Zithromax treat Chlamydia?" then the answer is yes. I wouldn't have prescribed the amount you used (a single 1 gram dose of Zithromax is recommended) but it shouldn't hurt you. Remember that your partner also needs to be treated and that Chlamydia can recur if you're re-exposed in the future. Read more...