What's the best treatment for rectal chlamydia infections?

Same as anywhere . Chlamydia respond to appropriate antibiotics regardless of the site of infection.
Antibiotics. I recommend treating your chlamydia infection with antibiotics and seeing your physician as soon as possible.

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After treating recurrent pelvic infection due to chlamydia, infection till not clear because I have had chlamydia 18 years. Shall I cure in future?

Chlamydia. Do not know how you were treated or the rest of your medical history, but there seems to be a good possibility that you have repeatedly been reinfected. Has your sexual partner been treated? Read more...

What kind of pills or treatment can somebody get for chlamydia infection?

Several choices. Presuming this is just an infection with a positive culture and not pelvic inflammation with pain and fever, the top current choices for oral treatment are doxycycline, azithromycin, erythromycin, ofloxacin, and levofloxacin. Read more...
Antibiotics. Chlamydia needs to be treated with antibiotics and the most commonly used are azithromycin, doxycycline, or tetracycline. Get a "test of cure" a month later to ensure eradication, get checked for all sexually treated diseases (stds), and get your partner treated also. Read more...

What treatment is recommended if two rounds of Azythromycin (1g) and 14-days of Doxycycline haven't cleared up vaginal Chlamydia infection?

Partner checked? It would seem highly unlikely that the infection is not cured if you've gone through this therapy. This raises the possibility that you got reinfected??? or it is NOT just Chlamydia - perhaps something that hasn't yet been diagnosed (like Mycoplasma). Or the germ is resistant-but that's the least probable of the 3. Hopefully an Infectious Diseases specialist can help you, if you're not seeing one. Read more...