Chlamydia Treatment (Azithromycin 500mg) (3 Tablets)
Azithromycin 500mg tablets belong to a group of medication known as macrolide antibiotics and are used to treat infections which have been caused by micro-organisms like bacteria such as chlamydia trachomatis. Azithromycin works by stopping the protein production in bacteria so preventing the growth and reproduction.
Azithromycin 500mg tablets belong to a group of medication known as macrolide antibiotics and are used to treat infections which have been caused by micro-organisms like bacteria such as the sexually transmiktted disease of chlamydia trachomatis. Azithromycin works by stopping the protein production in bacteria so preventing the growth and reproduction.
Chlamydia is a common sexually transmitted infection also known as an STI. It is passed on through unprotected sex and is most common in sexually active young people. It is recorded that in 2013 in England more than 200,000 people tested positive for Chlamydia with 64% of these being under the age of 25.
Most people with Chlamydia are unaware that they have it as they may not any signs or symptoms of the infection and so they go on to infect their sexual partners. The way to find out if you have Chlamydia is to have a test done by a medical professional. If you are under 25 and you are sexually active to determine if your have the infection it is recommended that you have a test every year or if you change your sexual partner.
It is important that Chlamydia is treated immediately as it can cause painful complications and health problems and can also cause infertility in women.
Although many people suffering from Chlamydia experience no symptoms but some may experience:-
Women may experience irregular bleeding in between their normal menstruation cycles, an unusual discharge, lower back and lower abdominal pains and a burning sensation and painful feelings when passing urine.
Men may experience itching or burning sensations in the genital area and a slight discharge from the penis. Sometimes these symptoms may disappear but the man may still be infected and should be tested by their health professional.
Chlamydia if untreated can cause serious health problems
The risks for women can include pelvic inflammatory disease, blocked fallopian tubes, severe risk to ectopic pregnancy. For women who are pregnant there is the risk that the baby could contract neonatal pneumonia or conjunctivitis.
The risks for men can include inflammation and infection of the testicles and can also affect sperm function and fertility.
Chlamydia how to treat
Chlamydia if untreated can cause serious health problems so contact your doctor or health care professional to be tested immediately. Azithromycin 500mg tablets are an antibiotic medication which treats Chlamydia. It is important that you use protection during sex after taking the medication as you may still be contagious. Also inform any sexual partners so that they can also be tested and receive any required treatment.
Azithromycin how to take
Azithromycin should only be taken as directed by your doctor or medical professional and following the Azithromycin information leaflet which contains information regarding side effects that may be experienced.
Always use this medicine exactly as your doctor has instructed. Check with your doctor or health professional if you are not sure
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