Treatment for Chlamydia 2017-08-27T18:45:43+00:00

Treatment for Chlamydia

About Chlamydia
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About Chlamydia

Chlamydia is a common sexually transmitted infection. It is spread by oral, vaginal or anal sex. It can be a silent infection, though has the potential to cause complications for both men and women, even when there are no obvious symptoms. If you’ve had sexual contact with someone who has Chlamydia, or if you’ve had a test that shows you have the infection, you may wish to get treatment.

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Qoctor can guide you safely through getting treatment for Chlamydia. You can choose to have a paper prescription sent to your home, workplace or  local pharmacy. Or for added convenience, order your medication online- Qoctor can send it to you via express delivery, wherever you are in Australia!

  • Qoctor’s online doctor fee is just $19.99- this includes standard postage for your prescription or medication
  • If you’re just getting a paper prescription, that’s it!
  • If you order medication for delivery, the pharmacy price of the product you choose will make up the rest of the cost
  • If you want express delivery, it’s an extra $4.99
  • And we’ll always let you know about cheaper generic versions, where available!

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Health Library- Sexual Health

Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) are very common – so it’s wise to be well-informed and proactive about sexual health.  Many STIs can be silent- in women, Chlamydia may present with abnormal vaginal discharge, unscheduled vaginal bleeding or pelvic pain, but sometimes there are no symptoms at all. Unfortunately, even silent infection can cause problems- such as scarring of the fallopian tubes, leading to fertility issues in the future.  Genital Herpes is thought to be carried by 1 in 8 adults, though the majority of these carriers are unaware they have it. However, they can still transmit it to others. People who are sexually active should consider regular STI screening- obviously  the more partners one has, the more often check ups are required. STI screening will usually involve a urine test for Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea, and a blood test for Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, HIV and Syphilis.  For more information on STIs, browse our library below.