How Effective are Gonorrhoea Packs?

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They are a very efficient and effective way of dealing with a gonorrhoea infection as it only involves taking one dose of the antibiotics. This means that the symptoms are dealt with relatively quickly and it also means that you don’t have to worry about remembering to take a full course of antibiotics. It is a swift way of dealing with the infection without the hassle of taking days worth of drugs.

It also deals with any other infections that may be present as 50% of people with a gonorrhoea infection also have Chlamydia. Well there is no need to worry as the antibiotics in this pack take care of non- gonococcal infections too so if you do have another infection that you don’t know about then it is also sorted out for you. However, it is important to stress that a routine check-up is needed to ensure that all infections are dealt with.

How do you take the antibiotics?

It will be described on the pack, depending on which pack has been brought but it usually instructs you to take one dose of the cefixime and one of the Azithromycin. It is also advised that alcohol has not been consumed before taking the antibiotics and for up to 48 hours after the consumption.

What are the side effects?

There are not many severe side effects of these antibiotics. It is rare if any occur but if they do it is usually in the form of vomiting, diarrhoea, headaches and occasionally a rash. If any of these symptoms persist then it is best to see a doctor but generally there should not be a serious side effect from these drugs. 

Who shouldn’t take them?

There are a few groups of people that should not take a gonorrhoea pack without further consultation from a doctor and these include pregnant women or mothers who are breastfeeding, anyone with liver problems or kidney disease and anyone who is taking warfarin.

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