Chlamydia Treatment Background:
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As stated earlier, Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) caused by bacteria and is presently treatable. I say presently, because like
Gonorrhea, Chlamydia has the capacity to mutate into a strain that current antibiotics cannot cure. So the best defense is a good offense: prevention is the key.
But if you have the good sense to see a doctor and get tested, now itís time to better understand Chlamydia treatment.
After getting properly diagnosed, antibiotics are the medicines that are generally used to treat Chlamydia.
The most common antibiotics for Chlamydia treatment are:
In the future, antibiotics (like chemo drugs) will only target the pathogen or tumor and leave healthy tissue alone. But that day has not yet arrived. We had to deal with the physical consequences of these toxic chemicals while they kill the Chlamydia bacteria, which that has the potential of doing real, lasting harm to your body. Chlamydia has to go! Go to
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- Fluoroquinolone antibiotics (no longer effective in California or Hawaii.)
- Other antibiotics may be used: tetracycline; erythromycin; ofloxacin; clinafloxacin; ciprofloxacin; azithromycin; clindamycin; doxycycline and minocycline.36-38
Because so many millions of people have Chlamydia and donít know itÖit can be difficult to convince people to get tested and treated. But if you go back to
Chlamydia Male and
Chlamydia Female pages, you will see that Chlamydia can affect you twenty years later with a painful form of arthritis, and bladder problems, not to mention infertility.
Itís important to slow down a bit during your course of Chlamydia treatment. You are dealing with a bacteria that has the power to mutate into other potentially illnesses (like Sudden Acute Respiratory Syndrome, SARS) and God knows what else.
Please, I urge you to take your Chlamydia treatment seriously.
Men and Women diagnosed with Chlamydia (and gonorrhea) should be rescreened three to four months after antibiotic treatment is completed because reinfection with chlamydial infection is a key risk factor for pelvic inflammatory disease, bladder/kidney infections, prostate problems, and because new resistant bacterial strains are emerging.
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