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Azithromycin Gonorrhea

azithromycin gonorrhea

Gonorrhea: Understanding Treatment

Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) that affects both women and men. It is caused by a bacterial infection that is transmitted by having oral, anal, or vaginal sex with a person who already has Gonorrhea. The infection is spread through semen and vaginal fluids, but it can infect the eyes, mouth, and throat in addition to the penis, urethra, and anus. Treatment requires Gonorrhea antibiotics, but some strains of Gonorrhea have become antibiotic resistant. Learn more about what antibiotics are used to treat Gonorrhea.

Dosage

Missed Dose

Oral forms/Eye drops/Gel/Ointment: The missed dose of Azithromycin should be taken/applied as soon as possible. It is advisable to skip the missed dose if it is already time for your next scheduled dose. Do not use extra medicine to make up for the missed dose. Since Azithromycin injection is usually administered by a qualified healthcare professional in the clinical or hospital setting, the likelihood of missing a dose is very low.

Overdose

Oral forms/Eye drops/Ointment/Gel: Seek emergency medical attention or contact your doctor in case of an overdose with Azithromycin. Injection: Since this medicine is administered in the hospital or clinical setting by a qualified healthcare professional, the likelihood of an overdose is very low. However, emergency medical treatment will be initiated by the doctor if an overdose is suspected.

Used for Gonorrhea Treatment

Gonorrhea is curable. Once you have been tested, your doctor can give prescribe Gonorrhea antibiotics, a course of oral tablets, for you. When taking antibiotics, your infected area and symptoms should improve within one or two days, but you may still be contagious. Make sure to take the full course of the antibiotics. The infection should clear after one to two weeks. You should never stop taking antibiotics until the recommended course is finished, even if you think the infection cleared or you are feeling better. If you do not finish the antibiotics, the infection can come back and be resistant to the antibiotics you were taking. It is important to always receive a prescription based on your information for antibiotics and to never take antibiotics meant for someone else. Medical professionals choose specific antibiotics based on numerous factors including age, medical history, current health, and many more. Taking antibiotics prescribed to someone else can have serious health consequences.

These common Gonorrhea antibiotics include:

  • Azithromycin - Azithromycin is not related to penicillin and is a very common Gonorrhea medication. It is also less prone to producing gastrointestinal side effects than those in the penicillin family. Azithromycin for gonorrhea is often taken as one dose. This medicine, along with doxycycline, cures up to 95% of cases of Chlamydia.

Warnings

Animal models given moderately maternally toxic doses have failed to reveal evidence of feto- or teratogenicity. There are no controlled data in human pregnancy.
Au Tga pregnancy category B1: Drugs which have been taken by only a limited number of pregnant women and women of childbearing age, without an increase in the frequency of malformation or other direct or indirect harmful effects on the human fetus having been observed. Studies in animals have not shown evidence of an increased occurrence of fetal damage.
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