Treatment for Clamydia
Were you looking for information on Treatment for Chlamydia? Treatment for clamydia is a common misspelling of treatment for chlamydia.
Treatment for chlamydia typically involves the use of antibiotics (such as azithromycin or doxycycline), which generally cure the infection. These antibiotics are typically taken twice daily during the course of treatment. To avoid reinfection, all of the patient's sexual partners should be evaluated, tested, and receive treatment.
People with the disease should abstain from sexual intercourse until they and their sex partners have completed treatment for chlamydia, which should be continued as prescribed, even if the symptoms go away. Women who have been treated for chlamydia should consider being retested for the disease three to four months after treatment.
(Click Treatment for Chlamydia for more information, including details about the particular risk the disease presents to women and important points to keep in mind regarding treatment.)