Looking for information on how to treat chlamydia disease? Chlamydia is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases that is found in both men and women. While it is possible that chlamydia can cause permanent damage to your body, you can generally clear it up by taking antibiotics. Common symptoms of chlamydia in men include pain or swelling in your testicles, a burning sensation or pain while you are urinating, and/or discharge from your penis. If you believe that you have chlamydia, you should see your doctor immediately. Below you will find information on antibiotics that are used to treat chlamydia.
To treat chlamydia disease, you will need:
- Doxycycline. Doxycycline is an antibiotic that is often used to treat chlamydia. If you do not have insurance, doxycycline is available in a very affordable generic form. Those who have chlamydia are typically given 100 milligrams of doxycycline that they will have to take two to three times a day for up to two weeks.
- Zithromax. Zithromax is the brand name for azithromycin. One of the benefits of zithromax is the fact that it is typically given in a single dose. If you have chlamydia and are given zithromax, it is likely that your doctor will prescribe to you a 1 gram pill that is taken once.
- Zithromax Z-pak. If you have ever had a tough cold, it is possible that your doctor may have given you a Z-pak. If you are diagnosed with chlamydia and are given the Zithromax Z-pak, one of the most common antibiotics used to treat chlamydia, you will likely need to take the drug for five days. On day one of taking the Zithromax Z-pak, you will likely take a 500 milligram pill. You will then take a 250 milligram pill for four more days.
- If you are diagnosed with chlamydia, you will need to inform any recent sexual partners so that they can be tested for the sexually transmitted disease, too.
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