The Gonorrhoea Pack contains Azithromycin and Cefixime; both antibiotics have been proven to be effective at treating gonorrhoea. Cure the STI with one ideal dosage with extra treatment to ensure the infection has cleared up.
Our consultation process is no obligation and will only take a few minutes to complete. The information you provide is used by our UK doctors only, to make sure this treatment is safe to prescribe. Please be aware that certain strains of the gonorrhoea infection have become resistant to some antibiotics. Therefore the recommended best treatment for gonorrhoea is by injection of antibiotics at your local GUM (sexual health) clinic.
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The Gonorrhoea Treatment Pack contains Azithromycin (2 x 500mg) and Cefixime (2 x 200mg), both highly effective antibiotics proven to be effective against the gonorrhoea bacteria. These treatments are normally prescribed together to deal more effectively with stubborn and resistant strains of the bacteria, like pharyngeal gonorrhoea, and to give you the best chance possible in successfully curing your condition. Both treatments have the ability to provide relief from disruptive symptoms and cure the bacterial infection in a single one-off dose, reducing your risk of developing other long-term problems.
Cefixime belongs to a group of antibiotics that work by influencing the bacterium cell's ability to form cell walls, which causes the bacteria to break down and die. The bacteria are then naturally removed by your system.
Azithromycin is a macrolide antibiotic, which means that it prevents the bacteria from multiplying by inhibiting the very functions it needs to keep it alive, which include protein production and peptide activity within the cells. This action prevents the bacteria from growing and multiplying, meaning that the body can deal with it better.
A number of benefits can be experienced when taking both Cefixime and Azithromycin in our gonorrhoea treatment pack. These include:
To make sure the infection has been completely removed from your system, you would be recommended to do an STI test two weeks after the end of your treatment.
If you are 18 years or older you can order the Gonorrhoea Treatment Pack for the treatment of gonorrhoea online. Some people, however, may not be able to use the antibiotics in this pack because of a particular health condition, or because of a medication they are taking. It's advised that you mention any medications or relevant medical information during your online consultation.
You may not be able to take this treatment if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or if you have diabetes, kidney disease, and liver disease, or if you are taking Warfarin.
For the treatment of gonorrhoea, a one-off 400mg dosage (2 capsules) of Cefixime together with a single 1000mg dose (2 capsules) of Azithromycin is recommended. These are the only available dosages we have in our gonorrhoea treatment pack. Most people don't usually have to take any further treatment. This one-off dose can be taken with or without food, but you should not drink any alcohol for at least 48 hours after you have taken these medications as this may interact negatively with their effectiveness.
Like most prescription medications, Cefixime and Azithromycin can cause side effects. However, they are very rare and don't affect everyone. Some of the most common side effects that may occur as a result of these treatments are; an upset stomach, vomiting, diarrhoea, a mild skin rash or headaches. If any of these potential side effects persist, you should contact a doctor to discuss your condition.
It is vital that you consider what over-the-counter medications, vitamins, herbal remedies and dietary supplements you are using while taking the treatments provided in the Gonorrhoea treatment pack. These may interact negatively with both Azithromycin and Cefixime. With regards to Azithromycin, you should avoid mixing it with blood thinners, so treatments provided for blood clots, Amiodarone, Digoxin, Live typhoid vaccine and Quinidine. Also, the likelihood of certain side effects occurring can be increased when consuming alcohol.
When taking Cefixime, blood thinners (as mentioned above) and live bacterial vaccines can react negatively. Also, the effectiveness of birth control pills can be decreased when taken at the same time as Cefixime. If you a history of kidney disease or intestinal disease, you should discuss it with a doctor, to ensure that the treatment is safe for you to use.
Whilst we endeavour to provide your treatment online, with the recent outbreak of a resistant strain, you should visit a Genitourinary clinic where you can receive the correct course of treatment.