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Posted by: pauline | 2011/03/14

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what prescription can you take for chlamydia

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Hi P

Firstly, you must take the medication on the prescription suggested by your doctor.

The common treatment for chlamydia is a course of antibiotics. If taken correctly, it is more than 95% effective. The course of antibiotics can either be a single dose or a longer course of up to two weeks.

The two most commonly prescribed antibiotics to treat chlamydia are:

azithromycin (single dose)
doxycycline (usually two capsules a day for a week)

Other less commonly prescribed antibiotics include ofloxacin, amoxicillin and erythromycin.

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Posted by: pharmacist | 2011/03/15

Hi P

Firstly, you must take the medication on the prescription suggested by your doctor.

The common treatment for chlamydia is a course of antibiotics. If taken correctly, it is more than 95% effective. The course of antibiotics can either be a single dose or a longer course of up to two weeks.

The two most commonly prescribed antibiotics to treat chlamydia are:

azithromycin (single dose)
doxycycline (usually two capsules a day for a week)

Other less commonly prescribed antibiotics include ofloxacin, amoxicillin and erythromycin.

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