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Azithromycin is a type of antibiotic known as a macrolide-type antibiotic. These antibiotics work by stopping protein production in bacteria, preventing them from growing and replicating. This means that a bacterial infection can no longer spread and the immune system will eventually kill it off.
As a broad-spectrum antibiotic, azithromycin is effective against a large variety of different bacteria. It is effective at treating infections in the skin, ears, soft tissue, airways, and it can also be used to treat the sexually-transmitted infection Chlamydia.
Sometimes, a doctor may take a tissue sample to ensure that a specific bacterial infection is vulnerable to azithromycin before prescribing it.
This treatment for Chlamydia can be ordered online. To place an order, you just need to complete a brief medical questionnaire. A doctor will review the order and approve treatment.
A Chlamydia test kit can be ordered here.
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Chlamydia is easily treated with a course of antibiotics. The two most common types of antibiotics used to treat Chlamydia are azithromycin and doxcycline. Both combat the infection in the same way, by preventing the bacteria from reproducing.
A course of antibiotics successfully treats Chlamydia 95% of the time if the prescriptions instructions are correctly followed.
The usual dosage of azithromycin to treat Chlamydia is two tablets to be taken at the same time, just once. Doxycycline is normally prescribed in a longer course, of two tablets a day for a week.
A different antibiotic may be prescribed if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, or if you have had Chlamydia for a long time. Always complete a course of antibiotics, even if the symptoms appear to have gone.
If you believe you have Chlamydia, get tested right away. The test can be taken at any time, but if you have engaged in unprotected sex within two weeks before taking the test you may want to take a further test at a later time. The test is normally a simple urine or swab test.
For most people (9 out of 10), the Chlamydia is accurate. Cases of false positives or negatives are very rare. Most health clinics or GPs offer testing for free, but you can also buy a test online to be taken at home. The National Chlamydia Screening Programme (NCSP) offers free testing at pharmacies for those under twenty five.
For men, the test is almost always a simple urine sample. For women, a urine test is possible but normally a swab test is used.
A doctor may suggest a swab test in the rectum or throat if you have engaged in unprotected oral or anal sex. An eyelid swab may be called for if there are symptoms present in the eyes.
If there is a very high risk of Chlamydia, for example if you have been engaging in unprotected sex with a partner who has Chlamydia, a doctor may prescribe a course of treatment before the test results return.
There are currently no Non-Prescription Alternatives for the treatment of Chlamydia.
You can find your local GUM sexual health clinic on the NHS choices website for treatment.
Side effects of this medicine can include:
Nausea, headache, abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhoea, a change in the number of white blood cells, and a decreased blood bicarbonate.
If the medicine affects you in any other way or any of these effects concern you, consult with a doctor or pharmacist.
Not everyone will experience side effects.
Azithromycin suspension contains the active ingredient azithromycin monohydrate. There is approximately 200mg of azithromycin per 5ml of medicine.
The following ingredients are also contained in azithromycin suspension:
Sucrose, xanthan gum (E415), hydroxypropylcellulose, trisodium phosphate anhydrous, silica colloidal anhydrous (E551), aspartame (E951), cream caramel flavor and titanium dioxide (E171)
Make sure to read the following instructions carefully before using this product.
You should not use azithromycin suspension if you suffer from hypersensitivity or allergic reactions to any of the following:
Before taking this medicine, consult with a doctor or pharmacist if you suffer from any of the following:
Always tell your doctor or pharmacist of any other medicines you are taking or intend to take. In particular, make sure to mention if you take any of the following:
Azithromycin suspension also contains sucrose. There is about 3.7 grams of sucrose per 5ml of suspension.
Azithromycin suspension also contains aspartame. Aspartame is a sourc of phenylalanine, which may prove harmful to people with phenylketonuria.
Always read the entire product information leaflet and all packaging before taking new medicine. Tell your doctor of any medicines you plan on taking.
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Azithromycin is a macrolide antibiotic, which is used to prevent or treat certain strains of bacterial infections. It is not an effective treatment for viral infections, such as the cold or flu.
The branded version of Azithromycin suspension is called Zithromax: Powder for oral suspension.
Azithromycin destroys the bacteria that is responsible for causing chlamydia. Most clinical studies show azithromycin to be 95% effective at treating this sexually transmitted disease. However, the success rate is dependent on the medicine being taken correctly, whilst avoiding further unprotected sex until treatment is complete.
In many cases, chlamydia can be symptomless, which is what makes it such a prolific disease. It is estimated that around 50% of men and 70% of women do not suffer any of the associated symptoms. Therefore, it is recommended to get checked after having unprotected sex, especially if you have several partners or are with a new partner.
For those who do experience symptoms, the most common are:
You will need to inform your healthcare provider if:
This medication is administered orally, following the directions on the dispensing label.
For those who experience symptoms, they should clear within a few days of treatment. However, since many sufferers do not experience symptoms, you should test again after 14 days to ensure successful treatment.
Ideally, you should abstain from sex until your chlamydia has cleared. However, if you decide to have intercourse whilst undergoing chlamydia treatment, it is important that you make your partner aware of the risks. Make sure you use a condom to help avoid transmitting the infection. If you suspect a condom has split, make sure your partner gets testing for chlamydia and that they receive the appropriate treatment if necessary.
Known interactions include:
If your symptoms do not improve, you should seek advice from your doctor or healthcare professional.
Contact your doctor if your diarrhoea lasts for longer than two days, or if it is particularly severe or watery.
Azithromycin oral suspension can increase your sensitivity to the sun. Try to avoid the sun where possible. Alternatively, wear protective clothing and sunscreen if avoidance is not possible. Do not use sunlamps or tanning beds.
If you experience any side effect from taking Azithromycin oral suspension, you should report them to your doctor or healthcare professional as soon as possible. Common side effects include:
Although serious side effects are very rare, you should stop treatment and contact your doctor immediately if you experience any of the following:
Azithromycin suspension should be kept inside its original container, tightly closed and out of reach of children. The suspension should be stored at room temperature, away from excess heat and moisture. Do not refrigerate or freeze azithromycin oral suspension. Discard any remaining liquid after 10 days from dispensing.
Azithromycin is used to treat bacterial infections, including; pneumonia, bronchitis, and sexually transmitted infections, such as Chlamydia. It will also effectively treat infections of the ears, lungs, skin, sinuses, and throat. Azithromycin belongs to a class of medicines called macrolide antibiotics. It works by inhibiting the growth of bacteria. Antibiotics, like azithromycin, have no effect on viruses, so this medicine should not be used to treat colds, flu, or other types of viral infection.
No. Drinking alcohol can potentially neutralise any positive effects of the azithromycin. This means that your chlamydia may not be cured effectively.
Unless told otherwise by your doctor, continue your normal diet.
It is a bad idea to leave Chlamydia untreated as it can cause serious health complications for those that are infected. In women, they can develop pelvic inflammatory disease which can cause infertility and chronic pelvic pain. If left untreated in men, chlamydia can cause persistent cystitis (UTI) and pain or inflammation in the testicles.
If this sexually transmitted disease is not treated properly then the carrier risks passing the infection to other people.
Gonorrhea is usually treated with an antibiotic called Suprax (Cefixime), along with Azithromycin. It can also be treated with doxycycline monohydrate, another type of antibiotic. They are administered as a single dose antibiotic and are usually used in conjunction with each other because it is very common for people to transmit both diseases. You can get this medication from your local sexual health clinic or order online for speedy and discreet delivery.
The chances of antibiotics not working properly after vomiting or experiencing diarrhoea really depends on how long ago you took the medication. If you have recently taken a tablet and vomited, there is a high chance that the treatment wasn’t properly absorbed into your system. Equally, if you experience diarrhoea after taking this treatment, there is a chance that it was not absorbed into your body people.
If you are concerned about whether or not your treatment worked, simply take a second chlamydia test 14 days after your treatment. If you’re still testing positive for the disease then it’s important to consult a medical professional.
If you receive a second positive result then it’s important to seek medical attention to identify another course of action.
If you have taken Azithromycin tablets correctly and followed the guidance on the information leaflet, then it’s important to speak to a medical professional. You may be prescribed a different type of medication to get rid of your infection.
You can enjoy a convenient and discreet health care review with a professional to decide on the next steps.
Azithromycin is an effective antibiotic that treats lots of different bacterial infections. This medication is prescribed to treat ear infections, infections of the skin or surrounding tissue, and infections of the throat or tonsils. They are also used to treat lung and other respiratory infections, such as bronchitis, sinusitis, community acquired pneumonia, and some cases of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
If you are suffering from any of the above bacterial infections, it is best to consult a medical professional before taking Azithromycin. You may need a different dosage and will likely need to be sure that it is a bacterial infection. Speak to our medical team today for free impartial advice.
These antibiotics are not recommended for those that are pregnant or breastfeeding. Chlamydia can cause complications while pregnant so it is important to speak to a medical professional for advice on how to best treat it.
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