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Have you or your sexual partner had a positive chlamydia test?

This may have been diagnosed at the following:

  • GP Surgery
  • GUM sexual health clinic
  • Informed by a sexual partner that they have a confirmed Chlamydia infection

NOTE: If your partner requires treatment, they must order separately using their own account.

Are you experiencing any of the following symptoms?

  • Blisters, sores, ulcers or lumps on or close to the genitals or anus
  • Blood in your urine
  • Brown or bloody discharge from the penis
  • Chest pain
  • Fever
  • Pain in the lower abdomen or pelvis
  • Pain, bleeding, or discharge from the back passage (anus)
  • Unexplained weight loss


Do you have any allergies to any medication or substances?

Such as to Azithromycin or erythromycin?

Answer ‘no’ if this does not apply to you.

Are you taking any of the following medication?

  • Ciclosporin – for reducing immunity after transplant
  • Digoxin – for irregular heart or heart failure
  • Disopyramide – for irregular heart
  • Ergotamine – for migraines
  • Terfenadine – antihistamine for hay fever and allergy
  • Theophylline – for asthma
  • Rifabutin – rarely used antibiotic
  • Warfarin – blood thinning medication

Are you taking any other medication, or have you recently finished a course of medication?

This includes medication prescribed by your doctor, bought in the pharmacy or online, herbal supplements, recreations drugs.

This includes tablets, patches, inhalers, injections, contraception and all other forms of medication.

Answer ‘no’ if this does not apply to you.

Have you ever been diagnosed with any of the following?

  • Alcohol or drug problems
  • Heart disease
  • Kidney disease
  • Liver disease
  • Mental illness (such as depression)

Do you suffer from any other medical problems?

This also includes previous admissions to the hospital or any surgeries.

Answer ‘no’ if this does not apply to you.

Do you have a family history of any medical conditions?

Do any medical conditions run in the family? Such as heart problems, diabetes, blood disorders etc?

Answer ‘no’ if this does not apply to you.

Are you pregnant or breast feeding, think you may be pregnant or planning to have a baby?


I understand that I should refrain from sexual contact for 7 days after taking treatment, until I am no longer infectious.

I understand I should inform any sexual partners of my chlamydia result in order for them to seek treatment.

I am aware that it can sometimes take up to 14 days for symptoms to clear and no treatment is guaranteed to work in all cases.

It is recommended to retest if symptoms persist for more than 14 days.

Retesting after 6 months is recommended for individuals under 25.

I understand that safe sex significantly reduces the risk of future STIs, especially consistent and correct condom use


We strongly recommend that you inform your GP of any treatment you receive. Would you like e-Surgery to do this in your behalf?

Please write the name of your GP surgery below if you want us to let them know.

This will ensure that any new medication started by your GP will not interact with this treatment.

Answer ‘no’ if you do not want us to inform your GP

I agree to the following

  • I am 18 years of age or older
  • This treatment is for my use only
  • I confirm that I have understood all the questions asked and have answered all questions to the best of my knowledge.
  • I have read the patient information leaflet supplied with this medication
  • I will contact e-Surgery and inform my GP if I experience any side effects from this treatment or if there are any changes to my health
  • I have answered all questions truthfully and accurately.

I have read, understood and agree to abide by terms and conditions and privacy policy and cookie policy of e-Surgery

What is this?

Your answers form the basis of your medical consultation. It is important you are open and honest, so our doctors can ensure this medication safe and effective for you

Chlamydia Treatment (Azithromycin)

Azithromycin is an antibiotic drug commonly prescribed for chlamydia infections. It is very effective at killing the bacteria that is responsible for causing chlamydia. Azithromycin comes as a one time dose and suitable for both men and women.

At e-Surgery we strongly believe in responsible antibiotic prescribing and our GPs will only issue the minimum quantities needed to treat an infection. We cannot issue more then one course per patient. 

Click below to complete a short 2 min questionnaire to help our GPs make sure this medication is safe for you to take. All prices include the cost of a private prescription. 


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Important Facts About Azithromycin

Most frequent questions and answers about Azithromycin for chlamydia treatment

Azithromycin is a form of antibiotic medication, which is used to treat infections caused by bacteria. 

It is commonly, it is used as a form of chlamydia treatment.

Azithromycin is commonly used for treating chlamydia, but can also be used for a variety of other bacterial infections, including:

  • Chest, throat or nasal infections
  • Ear infections
  • Skin and soft tissue infections

Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking, or have recently taken any other medication. Below is a list of medications that may interfere with Azithromycin:

Antacids – Should be taken at least 1 hour before or 2 hours after the antacid
Ergotamine – Should not be taken at the same time as serious side effects may develop
Cholesterol lowering medicines (statins)
Warfarin or similar medicines – Used to thin the blood. Azithromycin can thin the blood even more
Cisapride – Should not be taken at the same time as this may cause severe heart problems 
Terfenadine – Should not be taken at the same time as this may cause severe heart problems
Zidovudine or Nelfinavir – Used to treat HIV infections. Taking nelfinavir with Azithromycin may induce side-effects
Rifabutin – Used to treat tuberculosis (TB)
Quinidine – Used to treat heart rhythm problems
Cyclosporin – Your doctor may change your dose:
Alfentanil – A painkiller, use with Azithromycin may make the effects stronger
Theophylline – Use with Azithromycin may make the effects stronger
Digoxin – Used to treat heart problems, use with Azithromycin may make the effects stronger
Astemizol – Used to treat hay fever, use with Azithromycin may make the effects stronger
Pimozide – Used to treat mental health problems, use with Azithromycin may make the effects stronger

As with any form of medication, Azithromycin treatment has side effects. For a full list of side effects, please read the Patient Information Leaflet of Azithromycin.  Below are a few of the common side effects of taking Azithromycin:

• Diarrhoea
• Abdominal pain
• Feeling sick (nausea)
• Loose wind (flatulence).
• Lack of appetite (anorexia)
• Feeling dizzy
• Headache
• Sensation of pins and needles or numbness (paraesthesia)
• Changes in your sense of taste
• Visual impairment
• Deafness
• Being sick (vomiting), stomach pain or cramps, loss of appetite, problems digesting your food
• Skin rashes and itching
• Joint pain (arthralgia)
• Fatigue
• Change in the quantity of the white blood cells and the concentration of bicarbonate in the blood.

For the full list of possible side effects, please read through the Patient Information Leaflet of Azithromycin.

Currently there is insufficient information about the use of Azithromycin during pregnancy.

It is therefore advised that you shouldn’t use Azithromycin during pregnancy, unless advised by your doctor.

Azithromycin is partially passed through the mothers milk.

It is not known whether azithromycin has an impact on breast-fed infants. Therefore, whilst taking Azithromycin you should not breast-feed. It is recommended to discard the milk during treatment and up until 2 days after treatment.

Always take Azithromycin exactly as your doctor and pharmacist has prescribed. 

Azithromycin tablets can be taken with or without food, and it is suggested to take it with half a glass of water.

The normal dosage for chlamydia treatment is 1000mg all in one go, then 500mg daily for two days. The entire course is 3 days long. 

For full dosage guidelines click here.

Contact your doctor/pharmacist and go to your nearest hospital at once. 

Symptoms of an overdose of Azithromycin include: Hearing loss, feeling sick and diarrhoea.

Azithromycin used for chlamydia treatment is given in a one time dose of 1000mg. (for example 4 tablets of 250mg) You should take these all at once and this will be sufficient to get rid of chlamydia infection. 

Azithromycin is a prescription only drug. You can purchase Azithromycin through an online doctor service such as e-Surgery. 

At e-Surgery, we offer a single dose option, allowing you to get Azithromycin online and take in a simple one time dose. 

If you have a treatment course, never stop the Azithromycin treatment by yourself. Always consult a doctor first.

Prematurely stopping an Azithromycin treatment course can cause bacteria resistance and your infection may come back again.

Keep Azithromycin tablets out of the sight and reach of children.

Do not use Azithromycin after the expiry date which is stated on the Aztiromycin package after EXP. 

Store Azithromycin tablets below 25°C, and in the original packaging to protect from moisture.

Do not throw away any Azithromycin via wastewater or household waste. Ask your pharmacist how to throw away medicines you no longer use. These measures will help protect the environment.

Click here for a PDF copy of the patient information leaflet

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