It is the best answer though. If you are male, you should see a urologist for treatment. If you are female you should use a gynecologist for treatment. Chlamydia can be easily cured with antibiotic therapy. Antibiotics may be given as a single dose or a 7-day course and only the Doctor can tell you what is best for you. You dont want to try clearing this up on your own. This STD often causes no symtoms and it can be difficult to tell if you are "cured" and if it is not gone, you can infect your sexual partners. One should abstain from sexual intercourse during the 7-day course of antibiotics or for 7 days after the single dose treatment to avoid spreading the infection to others. Azithromycin and doxycycline are antibiotics commonly used to treat chlamydia infection, but other antibiotics may be successfully used as well.
Kaismama is right, your Dr. has to treat you.
Here is some information though so you know:
Treatment of Chlamydia
The usual treatment for chlamydia is antibiotics, including tetracyclines, azithromycin, or erythromycin.
You can get chlamydia with gonorrhea or syphilis, so if you have one sexually transmitted infection you must be screened for other sexually transmitted infections as well. All sexual contacts should be screened for chlamydia.
Sexual partners must be treated to prevent passing the infection back and forth. There is no significant immunity following the infection and a person may become repeatedly infected.
A follow-up evaluation may be done in 4 weeks to determine if the infection has been cured.
More info: https://www.drugs.com/cg/chlamydia.html
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