Selection Of Antibiotics For The Treatment Of Chlamydia?
I was sick in the testicular area, went to the doctor to be examined and given the antibiotic drug ciprofloxin. Can Ciprofloxin make chlamydia or not?
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Chlamydia infection is a sexually transmitted disease that is transmitted from direct sexual contact or is transmitted from patients suffering from chlamydia infection. Chlamydia itself is a bacterial infection which is also called a non-gonococcal urethritis infection. Management of patients with urethral infection is handled directly by a family doctor or dermatologist based on history, physical examination and investigations that may have been done.
Therefore, if you have already done an examination to the doctor, and your doctor provides an examination and determine the diagnosis related to your complaint then your doctor provides treatment with antibiotics, then you should continue the treatment that has been given. If the medicine has run out and your complaints have not improved, then you should visit the doctor who treats you. And from the beginning, you can discuss directly with the doctor who treats you to find out the drug information provided. Thus, you know the doctor's plan and know the indications of treatment given.
And in general, medications given by your doctor can help treat infections that enter your body. Various types of infections can be treated with this drug, including, respiratory infections, digestive infections, urinary infections, connective tissue infections, or infections of reproductive organs and sexually transmitted infections. So this medication can be used for urinary tract infections and re-control efforts are important steps you can take to determine the development of your current clinical condition.
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