There are safe, effective treatments for chlamydia during pregnancy. It is much safer to take treatment than it is to stay infected. Both recommended treatments for chlamydia during pregnancy, azithromycin and amoxicillin, are medications that are regularly and safely used in newborns.
Untreated chlamydia during pregnancy can cause premature rupture of membranes or preterm labor. A baby born to a woman who has chlamydia at the time of delivery may have pneumonia, infection of the reproductive tract, or conjunctivitis.
Women treated for chlamydia during pregnancy should be retested three weeks after treatment, as well as three months after treatment. Women under 26 or with a new partner during pregnancy should also be tested in the third trimester to make sure they haven't been reinfected before delivery.
Vitamins will not affect treatment for chlamydia. You can continue them.
Having a period will not affect chlamydia treatment.
Marijuana does not affect treatment for chlamydia and gonorrhea.
Alcohol and tobacco do not affect chlamydia treatment.
No, you can take ibuprofen without affecting treatment of chlamydia.
No. It does not affect.
A baby infected with chlamydia during birth can have conjunctivitis which, if left untreated or inadequately treated, can affect vision. Prompt treatment will prevent complications from this infection.
Second-hand smoke does not affect chlamydia treatment. This is true of both cigarette and marijuana smoke.
Chlamydia can cause pneumonia and pink eye in the baby.
Only at birth so get treatment.
No. They are often used together for, say, trichomoniasis and chlamydia together.
You can take treatment for bacterial vaginosis and chlamydia at the some time without drug interactions.
There are no known drug interactions between marijuana and the antibiotics used to treat chlamydia.
You can smoke after taking medication for chlamydia. It will not affect the cure significantly, although smoking always affect the immune system's ability to fight infection.
You can't reinfect yourself or affect your treatment if you taste yourself while getting treated for chlamydia. Masturbation and orgasm also don't affect how well treatment works.
The CDC reports in their 2010 Treatment Guidelines that there is no information about effective treatment for pharyngeal chlamydia (chlamydia in the throat).
A baby with chlamydial conjunctivitis or pneumonia due to Chlamydia trachomatis is treated with erythromycin. Because the effectiveness of treatment is only about 80%, retesting and possible retreatment should be done.A baby born with chlamydia can be cured easily, but some are not diagnosed for years after contracting the illness.
Chlamydia can sometimes cause scarring in men that can lead to infertility. It can also affect the testicles directly, which can decrease the quality of the sperm; this problem will sometimes improve after chlamydia treatment. But most people who have chlamydia are able to conceive in the future.
Chlamydia can affect your eyes in two ways. First, chlamydia can infect the mucous membranes of the eyes, causing conjunctivitis. If treatment is not effective and prompt, scarring may result. Second, untreated chlamydia can lead to Reiter's syndrome, which can cause uveitis.
You can be treated for syphilis and chlamydia at the same time. The medications do not interact with each other.
Treatment for thrush is an antifungal medication. Chlamydia is caused by bacteria. Treatment for thrush will not cure chlamydia. See your health care provider for effective diagnosis and treatment of chlamydia.
You can get chlamydia more than once. Treatment for chlamydia eliminates the disease, but you can catch it again immediately after treatment.Yes; you can be infected again with the bacteria after treatment.
In order to avoid reinfecion with chlamydia, a patient must avoid oral, anal, and vaginal sex (even with a condom), genital-genital contact, and sharing sex toys for seven days after one-dose treatment for chlamydia or for the seven days of week-long treatment for chlamydia. After treatment of all partners and the waiting period are complete, condoms can lower the risk of reinfection with chlamydia or infecdtion with another STD.
Chlamydia does not affect your lips. You can get chlamydia infection of the throat, though.
Chlamydia does not affect the accuracy of a chlamydia test.