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Chlamydia Treatment

We offer the antibiotic tablet azithromycin for the treatment of chlamydia. Our confidential service allows you to purchase treatment from a trusted source without the need to see a doctor face to face.

Azithromycin | from £27.00 per pack

Azithromycin Chlamydia Treatment

Key Features
  • Easy to take
  • Highly effective
  • No need to see a doctor face to face
Azithromycin is a commonly used treatment for the bacterial infection chlamydia.
Dr Sameer Sanghvi

Key Information

The medicine

The oral antibiotic azithromycin


It is very effective so there's usually no need to have a follow-up test to make sure it has worked. However, if you are under 25, it is recommended that you have a follow-up test one month after treatment.

How does Azithromycin work?

Azithromycin is a commonly used treatment for the bacterial infection chlamydia. It works by stopping bacterial cells from creating proteins which help them grow, spread, and survive. This allows the body’s immune system to kill off the remaining bacteria, thereby removing the infection.


Neither alcohol nor food should inhibit the effectiveness of azithromycin. If you are using other medications, check your suitability with a doctor.

How To Take Azithromycin

Azithromycin is ingested orally. It comes in a pack of two tablets. You should take both tablets together on an empty stomach. A single dose should be sufficient.

Side Effects Of Azithromycin

Side effects of Azithromycin are rare and usually mild. Potential side effects include stomach pain, nausea, diarrhoea and skin irritation. These are uncommon and should pass quickly.

Alternative Treatments

While we do not offer alternative treatments for chlamydia from our website, the oral antibiotic doxycycline is just as effective in treating chlamydia, but can be less convenient as you need to take it for seven days.

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