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"what do I take for a drug resistant chlamydia infection I've take azitromyxin,doxycycline and ceftraxone but still no change in symptoms "

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    A 23 years year old male asked:
    8 months ago
    what do I take for a drug resistant chlamydia infection I've take azitromyxin,doxycycline and ceftraxone but still no change in symptoms
    Dr. Akeem A answered:
    8 months ago
    Hello sir...those first two the most common drugs used to treat chlamydia.May I know how you took them.May I also know the symptoms you are having.This may not be chlamydia.how were you diagnosed.May I know if your partner has been treated or if you were having sex while being treated. these are the reasons why the treatment may have failed.unfortunately,I can only give you advice and not prescribe medication such as antibiotics on this platform.
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    A 23 years year old male asked:
    8 months ago
    I was diagnosed in a lab and I took the azithromysin onece as indicated..... (2 500mg oral dose) and the doxycycline onece a day (200mg) and I haunt had sex since I started noticing d symptoms. the symptoms are itching and pain when urinating but that is not frquent.....and I've also add this itch in my troar
    Dr. Akeem A answered:
    8 months ago
    It seems you have received the right treatment for chlamydia.infact,you didn't need the doxycycline. the ceftriaxone would have treated gonorrhea concurrently..as a one time injection.it may then be that this symptoms are not a sexually transmitted and of they are,they have been treated and you are having after feelings. what you can do as extra is to have a urinalysis/urine MCS done. this maybe a urinary tract infection except you are sure this happened very shortly after unprotected sex. the itch in your hroat may not be related.but you can take lozenges for that and see if it helps
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