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Chlamydia S.T.D from reuse of douche - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   hello
Doctor :   hello
User :   you are a real doctor right
Doctor :   yes

Doctor :  
pls proceed
User :   ok. so if you have a std and you duche and you forget to throw it away and you reuse it could you get it back
Doctor :  
can i ask u few questiuons?
User :   sure
Doctor :  
whats ur age?
User :   18
Doctor :   there are chances

User :   i went to the doctor they said i had a std gave a some pills but forgot to throw away the douche and reused it so i more likely got it back from the douche
Doctor :  
what is the disease u have?
User :   chlamydia
Doctor :  
ok
Doctor :  
have taken treatment for chlamydia?
User :   azithromycin
Doctor :  
ok
Doctor :  
have u taken complete course?
User :   no it was 2 pills on time and they said it should be gone in 24 hours
Doctor :  
ok
Doctor :  
when did u take the tablets
Doctor :  
?
Doctor :  
u there?
User :   8/26
Doctor :  
ok
Doctor :  
dont reuse those douches
User :   do i have to take pills or is the pills still in my system
Doctor :  
there are minute chances ...why to take risk?
Doctor :  
the pills are already excreted from ur body
User :   so i need another pill
Doctor :  
how did u got confirmed that u have got chlamydia?
User :   the doctor told me
Doctor :  
did she do any blood tests?
User :   no
Doctor :  
chlamydia is most often known as silent disease without symtoms..
Doctor :   what are the symptoms u had?
User :   discharge and a little itching
Doctor :  
ok
User :   when i went in she gave me a yeast infection bill and when the results came back she said i have chlamydia
Doctor :  
ok
Doctor :  
thats fine
User :   what other std could it be
Doctor :  
may be herpis/candidiasis/gonorrhea
User :   she said it wasnt gonorrhea
Doctor :  
ok
Doctor :  
was the discrge curdy?ha
User :   no its just white
Doctor :  
then it is not yeast/candidiasis
User :   wouldnt i beable to tell if its herpes because i dont have no bumps
Doctor :  
ok
Doctor :   ur symptoms reduced now after taking medicines?
User :   the itching stopped till today and the discharge is still goin
User :   but i been using the same douche like everyother day
Doctor :  
then it means u are not cured of chlamydia
User :   because isnt herpes bumps and stuff when they itch
Doctor :  
did u ask ur partner regarding std?
User :   no because its his fault for cheating
Doctor :  
still
Doctor :   normally herpes will not have discharge
Doctor :  
it is self limiting it will reduce on itself after 2 to 4 weeks
Doctor :  
but again after some days it will re-occur
User :   what will reduce on itself
Doctor :  
herpes
User :   well you said herpes wont have discharge so i doubt i got that right?
Doctor :  
yes
Doctor :  
u dont have herpes also
Doctor :  
so it may be chlamydia
Doctor :  
if u still have discharge then u should take one more course of antibiotic or else u should go for different antibiotic.
Doctor :  
U THERE?
User :   yea
User :   is there any that i can just go get
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :  
u can go for tab doxycycline two time for 7 days
Doctor :  
but i dont think so it is OTC
User :   is that over the counter
User :   oo
Doctor :  
WHERE ARE U FROM?

Doctor :  
but its better u take the suggestion of doctors who diagnosed u before going for 2 nd dose
Doctor :   which place are u from?
User :   ok well they told me to follow up with my obgyn so ill make a appointment monday thanks for your help
Doctor :   welcome
Doctor :  
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