Doctors treat chlamydia with antibiotics to eliminate the bacteria that has formed in the body, according to Healthline. Most patients receive prescriptions for either a single dose of antibiotics or a week-long package ... More »

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Chlamydia, a sexually transmitted bacterial infection, is typically treated using the oral antibiotics doxycycline and azithromycin, which is more commonly known by the brand name Zithromax, according to WebMD. In more s... More »

Oral antibiotics are the usual prescribed treatment for chlamydia, according to WebMD. The infection usually goes away within a week after starting the treatment. If the infection is severe, more aggressive treatments ma... More »

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Gonorrhea is treated using antibiotics, and at the end of a course of prescribed antibiotics, the bacteria causing gonorrhea is eradicated from the body and the patient is cured, according to WebMD. However, damage done ... More »

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A chlamydia infection typically clears up in seven to 10 days when treated with antibiotics, according to KidsHealth. An infected person doesn't always experience symptoms, which increases the risk of spreading this sexu... More »

A variety of antibiotics treat and kill the bacterial infection chlamydia, and they include amoxicillin, azithromycin, doxycycline, erythromycin, levofloxacin and ofloxacin, according to WebMD. Some brand names for these... More »

Chlamydia, a sexually transmitted bacterial infection, is typically treated using the oral antibiotics doxycycline and azithromycin, which is more commonly known by the brand name Zithromax, according to WebMD. In more s... More »