Chlamydia is treated with prescription antibiotics. It is important to take your medications as directed. If you miss any doses, the infection may not be cured. See your health care provider if this happens or if you still have symptoms after you finish your treatment.
It is important to not have sex (even with a condom) for 7 days after the start of your treatment. If you do have sex, you could pass chlamydia to your sexual partners or get it again. If this happens, talk to your health care provider.
The medications used to treat chlamydia are available for free in BC. Talk to your health care provider to see if they have them in stock.