Medicine And Prescription For Clyamadia

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Prescription for STD called clymadia

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Crystal Says:

Amoxil, Trimox, Zithromax, Doryx, Vibramycin, Vibra-Tabs, Levaquin, Floxin, etc... are all kinds of antibiotics that treat chlamydia. Before going out and purchasing anything, I would speak with you doctor. Only your doctor can tell you which ones would work for you.

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leonilo Salvana Says:

What drug that is best for Hepatitis B

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Community Expert Kerri Knox, RN Says:

Be aware that one of the classes of drugs used to treat STD's like chlamydia are known as the Quinolone Antibiotics. These very dangerous antibiotics are often prescribed for simple infections where there are other effective antibiotics that should be used first. However, many doctors are not aware of the disabling side effects that can occur from these drugs, and they continue to prescribe them routinely. Please read the above link on the side effects of these drugs and be informed before you take any antibiotics.

Kerri Knox, RN
San Francisco, CA, United States

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