Does Metronidazole Treat Chlamydia

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i know youre busy, but plz reply 4th time trying--follow up to trouble in mexico

hi doc, i contacted you before about my stupid drunken mistake in mexico more than 3 months ago. but here's a quick recap: on sep. 25 had unprotected sex with unknown partner. at 1 month back in the states (oct. 23) i tested for chlamydia gonorhea...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...stop worrying about this matter??" Yes, absolutely. I completely agree with the urologist. Whatever you had would have been treated by the impressive amount of antibiotics you've taken!2. If you had nonspecific urethritis, it, too, would have... Read more »

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