Have you tested positive for non-specific urethritis, chlamydia or ureaplasma urealyticum? Doxycycline can completely cure the infection in days.
Doxycycline is a wide spectrum generic prescription antibiotic that can successfully treat and cure a large number of bacterial, viral and parasitic infections. This includes the pathogens that cause the sexually transmitted infections non-specific urethritis, chlamydia and ureaplasma urealyticum. Doxycycline attacks pathogens once they are inside the body, weakening them so that your immune system can remove them completely from your system.
Generic Doxycycline capsules work by attacking the bacteria, parasite or virus at a structural level, influencing their ability to reproduce. As the pathogens can’t reproduce and multiply to infect enough healthy cells, it becomes defenceless against your immune system, which will ultimately be able to destroy and remove the viral, bacterial or parasitic elements from your body.
Doxycycline capsules can effectively treat, and cure most bacterial STIs including non-specific urethritis (NSU), ano-rectal chlamydia and ureaplasma urealyticum. One of Doxycycline’s main benefits is that it’s very well tolerated by users, as it is taken in a lower dose over a longer period of time. This allows your body more time to adjust to the medication, which may make it more suitable for people who have had issues using other types of antibiotics, especially when it comes to the treatment of STIs.
Like most prescription medications, generic Doxycycline has the potential to cause side effects in some users, but not all. Some of the side effects may include nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea or indigestion; however most of these tend to go away once your body has adjusted to the medicine. If any of these effects persist or you experience anything more serious like an allergic reaction, you should speak to a doctor.
Doxycycline capsules can be prescribed to anyone who has tested positive for a bacterial STI - including non-specific urethritis, chlamydia or ureaplasma urealyticum. Some people should however avoid using this medication. For example, you shouldn’t take it if you are allergic to doxycycline, the main ingredient.
Mention to your doctor if you are pregnant or breastfeeding or are particularly sensitive to sunlight, or if you have myasthenia gravis or liver problems; as he may adjust your dose to make it more suitable for you to take Doxycycline. Always make sure that you mention any medication you are taking during your consultation with your doctor.
You can take Doxycycline capsules with or without food. However, taking it with food will make it less likely that it will irritate your stomach. You should avoid drinking alcohol while taking Doxycycline capsule and ensure that you don’t lay down 30 minutes after taking it, as this may affect how the treatment is absorbed into your system.
A doctor may adjust the dosage you should take, depending on the STI you are treating. However, in general, it is recommended that, to treat non-specific urethritis, chlamydia or ureaplasma urealyticum, you should take a 100mg dose of Doxycycline twice daily for seven to ten days.
You should continue with your treatment even if you start feeling better. You can make sure that the bacteria has been completely removed from your system by taking an STI test two weeks after you’ve stopped your course.
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