Chlamydia Treatment Service
Affordable chlamydia treatment at £24.99 postage free. This is a safe and convenient way to get chlamydia treatment online with a single dose of the antibiotic azithromycin. Our online chlamydia treatment service is easy, secure and low cost at £24.99 per pack.
Some people are not suitable for chlamydia treatment with azithromycin
- Anyone under 18
- Anyone with liver or kidney disease
- Anyone who is pregnant or breastfeeding
If you fall into any of the above categories you should see your GP. Alternatively you can visit us at our Harley Street clinic.
Order your chlamydia treatment online and have it delivered to your home or office with free delivery
Chlamydia is one of the most common sexually transmitted infections. It is passed on through vaginal, anal, or oral sex. You can get chlamydia and experience no symptoms, but it can cause long term problems, such as reduced fertility, if it's not treated.
Azithromycin is an effective chlamydia treatment and is available online. Azithromycin is the most convenient chlamydia treatment as it involves taking just one dose of medication in one go.
Symptoms of chlamydia
In men chlamydia can cause a white/cloudy or watery discharge from the penis and a burning pain when you pass urine. In women is can cause bleeding between periods, pain during sex, or a vaginal discharge.
But for many men and women chlamydia causes no symptoms at all.
Treatment for chlamydia
Azithromycin is an effective chlamydia treatment. There are important details about this medicine you need to understand before you complete your medical assessment.
Alternatives to azithromycin
Doxycycline is another antibiotic that can be used to treat chlamydia. But you need to take it twice a day for a week to get rid of the infection.
Reducing the risk of passing on chlamydia
You should not have sex for one week after taking azithromycin for chlamydia. It is also important that anyone you have had sex with in the last three months is treated. Otherwise you risk passing on the infection or picking it up again.
Telling your GP
It's important that you keep your GP informed of any treatment that you are taking. During the medical assessment we ask you for the name and contact details of your GP. We can then keep your GP informed if you are happy for us to do so. If you don't want to tell us, that's fine. Please be assured that we will not contact your GP without your consent.