No:Azithromycin can treat chlamydia and gonorrhea infections, depending on the dose, but it has no action whatsoever for trachomas. Trachomas is a parasitic disease, and “Flagyl” will eliminate it.
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I was diagnosed with rich and both my partner and I took I was diagnosed with rich and both my partner and I took the first dose of medication, but it wasn't strong enough and the infection came back. I am having intense vaginal burning, with some slight I am having intense vaginal burning, with some slight redness, without any discharge or odor.
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No:Azithromycin can treat chlamydia and gonorrhea infections, depending on the dose, but it has no action whatsoever for trachomas. Rich is difficult to diagnose in men anyway (you could test negative for it and still possibly have it).
Rich is caused by a parasite not a bacterium, so antibiotics would probably not be effective. You should see your doctor for proper treatment fort rich and avoid unprotected sexual intercourse with this partner (or anyone else) until you are successfully treated.
OK, I was aware that Trichomoniasis isn't a bacteria, so I thought it was a little odd that Azithromycin would cure it. I know it makes no sense, but when I went to the clinic with the girl, the nurse told me they would not give me the medication fort rich unless I was swab tested first, but I had to leave to go to work, so I didn't have time.
The thread below gives Dr. HHH's view on testing fort rich in men. I don't understand what the point of making me get tested is... Hopefully I will be able to find a doctor with some common sense who will just write me the prescription.
While C. trichomoniasis is not a bacteria, there are apparently properties of azithromycin that make it effective against c. rich. I met a girl a few months ago and started having unprotected sex with her several times a week.
About a month later I noticed that the “lips” at the tip of my penis were very swollen, the head of my penis hurt if I squeezed it, my urine sprayed everywhere instead of coming out in a stream, and I had burning during urination. I was prescribed 1 gram of Azithromycin and the symptoms cleared up within a couple of days.
A couple of weeks later her results came back from the lab and I went to the clinic with her for support because she was worried. 2 weeks ago, I noticed that the head of my penis had a mild tingling sensation during masturbation and if I did a “keel” exercise.
I feel completely fine and have no symptoms other than this, which may just be my mind playing tricks on me. I was researching Trichomoniasis online and one website mentioned that Azithromycin is one treatment for it.
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Always consult your healthcare provider to ensure the information displayed on this page applies to your personal circumstances. I was researching Trichomoniasis online and one website mentioned that Azithromycin is one treatment for it.
I then took a treatment of azithromycin, and got retested for chlamydia and gonorrhea which is negative. To this day I have received numerous dozes of doxycycline and azithromycin and I still receive the mild symptoms of a little cloudy discharge (could be more sperm being released) and a mild discomfort for a few minutes ONLY after ejaculating (masturbating) then clearing up.
Hey doc, I just got a few questions, I did get tested for bacterial infections today, I had a clear slight discharge, and the lady did a smear of it and checked for trichomoniasis and chlamydia. I found out today that I do in fact have trichomoniasis, i won't know if I have chlamydia until approx 2 weeks from now.
My bf, well now ex, tested positive early April for chlamydia and negative for HIV, syphilis, gonorrhea (s/p). I then took a treatment of azithromycin, and got retested for chlamydia and gonorrhea which is negative.
To this day I have received numerous dozes of doxycycline and azithromycin and I still receive the mild symptoms of a little cloudy discharge (could be more sperm being released) and a mild discomfort for a few minutes ONLY after ejaculating (masturbating) then clearing up. The country were I am living now are all private hospital they probably want to make money out of me.
The doctor gave me ceftriaxone injection and 1000 mg of azithromycin to treat for gonorrhea and chlamydia, along with a urine test. I was not past the incubation period for syphilis and hiv, so I'm waiting until January to get tested for them.
The results of the urine test came back today, and I was negative for both gonorrhea and chlamydia. I returned and again was tested for HIV, Chlamydia, Syphilis, Gonorrhea, Trichomoniasis, and Herpes.
I told the doctor my bladder was hurting, and she referred me to a urologist. 3weeks ago: I went to a urologist and was immediately told to pee in a cup upon entering the office, in which they found blood cells.
I am a male who tested positive for chlamydia and was treated with azithromycin. The test came back positive for chlamydia and the doctor gave me one dose of azithromycin.
I waited about one week and still felt the pain in my penis, so I went back, and he gave me doxycycline and told me it might all be in my head. I am now finished wit the ten-day course of doxycycline and still feel slight symptoms.
I have my yearly pap smear Tuesday, and I'm going to get retested for Chlamydia, but my head is going crazy since I don't want our fertility to be affected. However, even after being tested and treated for EVERYTHING, all of my results were negative and antibiotics and anti-fungal (oral and topical) did nothing.
I finished the medication and felt fine for a few days now the symptoms have come back as a slight burning when urinating, and it feels that my urethra has fluid in it, I don't know how else to describe. I thought that I wanted to get retested to make sure, so I went back and had a second round of testing done for chlamydia, gonorrhea and then trichomoniasis.
Then the person that I had had unprotected oral sex with contacted me saying that their test results came back positive for chlamydia and syphilis. My patient had ornidazole therapy for trichomoniasis 1 month ago (Raised 500 mg PO bid x 7 days), but her husband had hypersensitivity reaction with the first pill.
I previously caught trichomoniasis, and I had a 7-day metronidazole (twice/day) treatment. Once again, I had unprotected sex and I noticed a foul smelling odor similar to a rotten fish from the lady I was with.
I did not notice any discharge from her, and I was only made aware of the smell when I wiped my penis after sex. After 5 days it wasn't helping and the tests' gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis, HIV and others were all negative.
I came back in and was tested Trichomoniasis gonorrhea, and chlamydia while being prescribed metronidazole and azithromycin as prophylactic. The characteristic symptom of trichomoniasis infection is a heavy, frothy, fishy-smelling discharge from the vagina.
About a month ago I was diagnosed with gonorrhea (which sexual contact was a month before diagnosis as well) and was treated with an injection of ceftriaxone and 1g of azithromycin (4 tablets) as chlamydia is commonly known to come with gonorrhea. After a month from treatment, I noticed mild itching deep in my urethra, which went away, but then the burning started happening.