Azithromycin is less effective than doxycycline in treating chlamydia when treatment compliance is high, according to a randomized trial published in the December 24 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine. With an efficacy of 97%, azithromycin
Azithromycin and ceftriaxone are two drugs used in combination to cure the STD, but super-gonorrhea has developed a resistance to azithromycin, and doctors are worried that it won't be long until ceftriaxone becomes ineffective at treating it as well
The center's treatment recommendation, then, continues to be an oral dose of azithromycin combined with a single shot of ceftriaxone. The CDC has been monitoring the threat of antibiotic resistance since 1986, Mermin explained. Listening to the
If you're sexually active, you may have had chlamydia at some point in your life. These 10 facts show that while it's a common bacterial infection, chlamydia can have serious consequences. 1. Chlamydia is common, but many people don't realize they have it.