Chlamydia is a very common sexually transmitted disease. It’s spread by having unprotected sex – oral, vaginal or anal. There are several symptoms that can occur while having the disease, but many people who have been diagnosed with chlamydia don’t experience any symptoms at all. If symptoms do occur, they can be anywhere from painful eyes to discharge. There can also be pain in the lower abdomen. After being diagnosed by a doctor with chlamydia, it can be difficult to decide how to treat the infection. But chlamydia is curable and there are some treatments that could help you get started.
1. Multiple-dose antibiotics
One of the most effective treatments for curing chlamydia is by using antibiotics. An antibiotic is a medicine that inhibits the growth of microorganisms, usually in the form of infections. These antibiotics are typically taken orally. You can get these antibiotics prescribed by a doctor after being diagnosed with chlamydia. After receiving your first single dose of antibiotics, you should abstain from having sexual intercourse for 7 days, so that the infection has time to be completely eliminated. And you are advised to not stop taking these antibiotics until you consume the entire dose, regardless of whether you think your infection is completely gone or not.