Question by  cherylcm78 (38)

How do you cure Chlamydia in a man?

Is it different than a woman?


Answer by  wyeth (435)

The same as a woman by a single dose of azithromycin 1 gram orally or if allergic to this a 10 day course of oral doxycycline 200 mgm.


Answer by  burningsensation (6)

Some women have chlamydia and never know it. It's symptoms are subtle, mimics other illness, or is absent altogether. You can take antibiotics like tetracycline. I know some men who have the disease and pass it on to women and never tell them. These women end up sterile or have difficulty conceiving.


Answer by  wonder47 (123)

NO, it is the same treatment, and it is simple. All that is used is a short stint of antibiotics. Nothing complex, nothing out of the ordinary. Usually, treatment for gonorrhea is provided, since it is common to have both,


Answer by  floresmom (67)

Chlamydia is a disease that can thankfully be cured with a pill. It is often cured the same for a woman as it is with a male. You must go to your health care provider or the local health department where you will get tested and treated.

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