Why People Choose Us
Quick & Easy
No appointment or long waiting times
Plain packaging with no medical stamps or marks
Your information stays with us and private payment
Dispensed by registered UK pharmacists
Syphilis, Gonorrhoea, and Chlamydia are all sexually transmitted infections caused by bacteria. Doxycycline kills bacteria because it contains tetracycline anti-biotics.
Although sexually transmitted infections such as Chlamydia may not often be apparent, it is important to get checked immediately and treated promptly. If left untreated, the infection may spread and cause more inflammation. Sometimes, it can even lead to infertility.
Doxycycline can be used to treat the infection quickly and effectively. It also prevents the infection from spreading to other people.
You should swallow the tablets whole and drink water with or without food. It' is better to take them together each day, as it helps you remember.
The recommended dose for sexually transmitted infections is 100mg twice daily, for 7-10 days. The dose for treating any other condition can vary, so make sure you consult your doctor.
You should remember to take your Doxycycline tablets if you are late. If it is almost time for your next dose, don't double up. Continue taking the prescribed dose.
You should consult a doctor immediately if you are taking more Doxycycline than you should.
Severe skin reactions;
Sensitivity to sunlight;
Increased pressure in the skull;
Bulging fontanelles of infants;
Low blood pressure;
Aches in the joints and muscles;
An allergic reaction such as sudden wheeziness, trouble breathing, chest pains, fever, sudden swellings, itching, pericarditis, and sudden lips, tongue, cheek, or throat swellings;
Swollen lymph nodes or skin rash.
If any of these or other side effects persist or worsen, then consult your doctor immediately.
You NO longer need assistance from your GP or your local pharmacy - we do all this online 4U for FREE here at Online Pharmacy4U.
More information on the FREE online consultations and delivery can be found in our How it works section.