How do you get a chlamydia prescription?
See your health care provider or your local department of health.
You will need to get antibiotics to cure the infection. Azithromycin (1 gm) is the drug of choice to cure the infection. In the US, antibiotics that cure chlamydia are available only with a prescription. However, some states allow "expedited partner therapy." That means that if your partner was treated for chlamydia, the partner's health care provider can write a prescription for you without you making a visit or even being a patient of that…
In the United States, all medications used for the treatment of sexually transmitted infections, including chlamydia, are available only by prescription. You can get one from your local health department, Planned Parenthood, primary care provider, women's health care provider, or urgent care center. Once you have a prescription, one may acquire the medication at any accredited pharmacy. Use the related link to find a resource for testing and treatment in your area.
A normal blood test will not detect the infection. To diagnose chlamydia, you need a urine test or swab of the vagina, urethra, rectum, throat, or eye. Blood tests can look for evidence of past infection with chlamydia, but these are of no use in determining current infection and aren't used to diagnose or treat disease. A positive blood test showing evidence of past infection will not change as a result of antibiotic treatment.