Doxycycline better for urethral infection
I do not expect doxycycline to work in your case though it is excellent for urethral infection where it could be the drug of choice. Definitely Ciprofloxacin
or Ofloxacin are better, and I guess you need to probably be careful in your workout regimens to avoid tendon injuries, which are more common among younf adults and adolescents.
I also feel that you could benefit from use of drugs like baclofen which is a skeletal muscle relaxant
which might get your pelvis muscles to ease up, and reduce lower abdominal discomfort
. Also use of drugs like Pregabalin
which mighht reduce the firing of pelvic nerves.
Unfortunately, not everyone gets better with a standard treatment regimen, and your condition is a fairly common condition that is seen by most urologists. each of us have our own pet way of treating, and you need to juggle with combinations a bit to find the right one that suits you. This is also the reason why I advised you to not rely on medication alone, and see if physical therapy
such as sitz baths and yoga will help.
I am sure the drugs which I mentioned earlier are reasonably safe, but at the outset, I also should tell you that a 3 month course with sulfas is likely to produce an effect equivalent to 2 months with drugs like Levaquin
, but the cost is much less, and if you are not allergic to sulfas, is reasonably safe. I really am not sure how the system works in your place of residence but I think it would be difficult to get them without prescription.