What type of infections are treated with antibiotics?
Only bacterial infections they are not effective for viral infections.
Yes. Viral infections should always be treated without antibiotics. There are some viral infections that should be treated with anti-viral medications, HIV, for example, and some that can be treated with antivirals. Antibiotics do not help with viral infections and can encourage the growth of more antibiotic resistant bacteria.
Chlamydia,Gonorrhea,Syphills and Trichomas are all cured by antibiotics . The bacterial and parasitic STDs are treatable with antibiotics. Bacterial STDs can be treated with antibiotics, such as gonorrhea, chlamydia, and syphilis. All but the viral STDs can be treated with antibiotics. Bacterial and protozoal sexually transmissible infections are treatable with antibiotics.