There is no need to wait to conceive after effective treatment for chlamydia.
Yes, a general practitioner can treat chlamydia.
There are various medications used to treat chlamydia. These were developed at various times. None was developed specifically to treat chlamydia.
Flucloxacillin is not used to treat chlamydia.
Rocephin is an injection used to treat gonorrhea. Chlamydia is not treated with injections.
Isoniazid or INH is an antitubercular medication and does not treat chlamydia.
Azithromycin and/or doxycycline is used to treat chlamydia or mycoplasma.
Mefloquine is an antiprotozoal, and does not treat bacterial infections. It will not cure chlamydia.
Cefaclor (brand name Ceclor) is not used to treat chlamydia.
Cefuroxime (brand name Ceftin) is not used treat chlamydia.
Saw palmetto does not treat chlamydia. See your health care provider for accurate diagnosis and effective treatment with antibiotics.
Hydrochlortothiazide is a diuretic, not an antibiotic. It will not treat chlamydia or any other infection.