Drug Dosage For Gonorrhea?
I have been indicated by gonorrhea, and now I am taking azithromicyn antibiotics. I have a lot to consume to make sure the bacteria are gone.
Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Need to be clarified beforehand, have you ever seen a doctor and diagnosed with gonorrhea? What symptoms do you experience? Did the doctor directly prescribe the medicine to you? If yes, did the doctor not explain to you the correct procedures for consumption?
Gonorrhea is a type of infection that can be transmitted through risky sexual activities, including if you have had sexual relations with someone with no clear sexual history, or had sexual relations with many partners without security. This disease can infect the urinary tract, anus, throat, even the conjunctiva. When infecting the urinary tract (which is most common), this condition is often characterized by pain during urination, accompanied by plaques, urine smells pungent, and the penis secretes vaginal discharge or yellowish like pus. Not infrequently, sufferers will also experience fever, chills, and a sensation of being unwell due to it. Are complaints like this you experience?
Making a diagnosis of gonorrhea, especially by ordinary people, is not enough to just look at complaints that arise. There are several other diseases that can also show similar complaints, for example syphilis, genital herpes, chlamydia, trichomoniasis, HIV, interstitial cystitis, pelvic inflammation of the urinary fistula, polycystic kidney disease, kidney stones, Kawasaki disease, drug side effects, and so on. Each of these conditions clearly has a different treatment with gonorrhea. Therefore, before it is confirmed, whether your complaint is caused by gonorrhea or not, you should not take drugs, especially antibiotics (such as azithromycin) which are not included in the class of over-the-counter drugs.
First check yourself with a doctor or a specialist skin and genitals so that you can do a more in-depth evaluation, including through urine tests, urethral secretion examinations, blood tests, ultrasound, and so on if necessary. That way, your doctor can give you the right treatment, complete with the correct dosage and medication consumption.
Hope this helps ...