Effective Treatment For Gonorrhea?
Tonight, sorry for doubting the time, I got a UTI about 3 weeks ago. After I check the symptoms on the internet, I am most likely Gonorrhea, because there are no lesions like syphilis sufferers. 10 days I consumed 200 mg of cefixime 2×2 but it did not heal. After the next 10 days, I consume Biothocol 500mg 2×2 (2gr / day) has improved. On the 7th day, I included taking azithromicyn (1gr) together with biothicol. Azitromicyn only I take a single dose. However, in the afternoon on this H7, my genitals still felt a little itching. still expands even a little clear liquid. My questions, 1. Is this bacterium resistant to biothicol so that healing is slow? 2. How long does it take? how long do I have to consume this biothicol ?, Because I’m afraid my body is immune to antibiotics. Moreover, I know biothicol is a type of hard drug. 3. Is the consumption of azithromicyn single dose of 1gr or not continuing properly? 4. If it doesn’t heal, what treatment steps should I take next? Thank you in advance.
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Gonorrhea is a genital infection caused by the bacterium Neisseria gonorrhea, which is most often transmitted through sexual contact (sexually transmitted diseases). Symptoms that can arise vary, ranging from asymptomatic (generally unnoticed, to an increase in the frequency of urinating, pus discharge, swelling and redness on the penis or on the testes, and sore throat).
We appreciate your efforts to treat yourself by trying several types of medications in the form of antibiotics that are suitable for your illness. However, a good treatment process (especially antibiotics) is an effective and targeted treatment, that is the use of antibiotics that is appropriate to your disease, and if necessary according to the type of bacteria and the type of resistance in the bacteria. The use of antibiotics that are inappropriate in addition to not cure the disease, can also cause antibiotic resistance.
Before choosing the appropriate type of antibiotic, it is necessary to confirm first that the disease you are experiencing is gonorrhea. This is important because there are several types of urinary tract infections or sexually transmitted infections that have similar symptoms (chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, trichomoniasis, non-gonorrhea urethritis, etc.). After the type of bacteria is known, then an antibiotic resistance test can be carried out against the bacteria, so that the appropriate type of antibiotic can be decided. This is also important because two different patients despite the same disease by the same type of bacteria may have different antibiotic resistance or sensitivity.
Therefore, if your symptoms do not improve within a few days (after the use of several types of antibiotics), I advise you to check with a dermatologist and a specialist for more complete examination and selection of appropriate treatment. In the doctor's examination, in addition to interviews and physical examination, additional tests can be carried out such as laboratory tests of blood or swabs (smears) on pus or discharge that can be known with certainty the type of bacteria that causes and its response to certain antibiotics (antibiotic resistance tests).
Some things you can do right now are:
Consumption of water in large quantities (at least 2L per day) Get enough rest and eat nutritious food, important for the healing process Avoid changing sexual partners or sexual relations outside of marriage If you are married, postpone contact with your wife to avoid transmission to your wife, which can later be transmitted to you again Use antibiotics only with doctor's advice or recommendations If you experience pain that interferes with your activity or rest, you can take anti-pain medications that have the green logo (sold freely) according to the rules use that is listed on the packaging Thus, hopefully can help you.