Gonorrhoea Treatment Pack

  • Azithromycin/Cefixime

The Gonorrhoea Pack is a purpose-made treatment kit for gonorrhoea. It contains two antibiotic medications, Azithromycin and Suprax.

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Take as prescribed. The typical dose for the treatment of gonorrhoea infections is 400mg of Suprax and 1000mg of Azithromycin (2 of each tablet), as a one-time application.

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The Gonorrhoea Pack is a treatment pack containing a combination of two antibiotics: Azithromycin and Suprax. These are taken as a one-off dose for the medication of certain strains of gonorrhoea. Symptoms of infection will then usually begin to clear up in a matter of days. Although they are both antibiotic medicines, they function in slightly different ways, performing a dual-layered attack when dealing with the infection. This is why it is important to buy Azithromycin and Suprax tablets for gonorrhea together.

  1. Works in two ways to kill infection
  2. Safe and simple one-time treatment
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Colloquially referred to as ‘the clap’, gonorrhoea is one of the most common sexually transmitted infections in the UK, with around 25-30,000 cases being reported at NHS GUM clinics on an annual basis. It is a bacterial infection found in semen and vaginal fluid, and is therefore spread through unprotected forms of vaginal, anal or oral sex. The shared use of sex toys is a possible method of transmission too. It can also be passed down from mother to child if present during pregnancy.

The condition can often be asymptomatic; one in ten male cases and as many as half of all female cases will notice no visible signs of infection. However, those who do experience symptoms may notice a vaginal or penile discharge (this might be yellow or green), and pain during urination. Women may experience discomfort in the lower abdominal region, and increased bleeding between or during periods; while men may notice inflammation of the foreskin or testicular pain.

Left untreated, the condition can cause fertility problems, so it is important to get tested for the condition if you think you have gonorrhoea, or suspect you have come into contact with it. Doing so will enable you to curb the development of harmful symptoms and limit the spread of infection.

As the illness is caused by a bacterial infection, gonorrhea is treated with antibiotic medication. Previously, doctors would routinely prescribe penicillin for the condition. However, over the past half-century, the bacteria responsible has become resistant to gonorrhoea treatments in this field, and more impervious strains have developed. Single antibiotics used on an independent basis are now less likely to clear up the infection. As a result, gonorrhoea is today more commonly treated with a combination of two antibiotics.

The go-to treatment for gonorrhea in the UK is an antibiotic injection, given with an antibiotic tablet. However, the injection for gonorrhea is not available to buy online as it will need to be administered by a trained medical professional. If you have tested positive for gonorrhoea and are able to have this treatment, we advise that you do so, as it is the first-line recommended option.

The treatment we offer for gonorrhea to buy online is a combination of two tablets. It should only be used to treat gonorrhoea in those cases where the injection is not suitable, or if a patient has a phobia of injections.

Azithromycin and Suprax work in different ways to neutralise the infection. Bacterial cells need to perform certain functions in order to spread, and remain active. They need to: produce chemicals which enable them to maintain cellular structure and remain intact; and they also need to generate self-sustaining proteins, in order to multiply and increase in number.

The active constituent in Suprax is a compound called cefixime. This disrupts the stability of bacterial cell membranes, and creates gaps. As a result, cells cannot stop their contents from seeping out, and cannot stop opposing substances from getting in.

Azithromycin negates the bacteria’s ability to produce an enzyme which it needs to replicate itself. Once the growth of the bacteria has been stopped, the body’s defences kill off what remains of the infection.

We know that STIs are never an easy subject to approach your regular GP about face-to-face. That’s why we’ve set up a fully confidential online consultation and prescription process, to enable you to get speedy access to the treatment you need. One of the advantages of our convenient online clinic service is that you can get the treatment you require quickly without taking time out of your busy schedule to go to an appointment in person.

To see whether our Gonorrhoea Pack can help you, select this item and take our short questionnaire. Our doctor will analyse your answers and only provide a prescription enabling you to buy gonorrhoea antibiotics if they think the treatment is safe and suitable for your condition. Following confirmation, your order will be sent from our pharmacy by tracked delivery right away, and you can expect to receive it the next working day.

Active ingredient

Marketed by Sanofi Aventis Suprax contains Cefixime, while Azithromycin contains an active constituent of the same name. These are both antibiotic agents, but they work in slightly different ways.

Cefixime attacks the structure of bacterial cells. It does this by disabling their ability to develop chemicals which they need to maintain consistent cell walls. This leads to the deterioration and eventual expiration of the cells causing infection.

Azithromycin is the generic version of the medication Zithromax, which was originally developed by Pfizer. It inhibits the production of an enzyme which the offending bacteria needs to stay alive and grow. Once the bacteria have been rendered immobile, the immune system is better able to fight the infection and destroy it.

Why it's important to get medical advice

STIs can be a difficult subject to speak about.

But it's important to remember that, if you think that you might have an STI, there are no advantages to not getting tested and seeking medical help. When infections such as gonorrhoea remain untreated, they can cause complications or be passed onto others. So it's vital if you are experiencing the above symptoms or if you have had unprotected sex with someone you know to be infected to speak to a doctor.

Stay safe when buying online

In the UK, you will always need a prescription to buy antibiotics for gonorrhea. So when buying gonorrhoea tablets online it is crucial to do so from a website which is a registered pharmacy and requires you to undergo a doctor consultation first. This is necessary to:

  • ensure your safety by making sure you get the right kind of treatment;
  • ensure you are buying a safe and genuine treatment which is not dangerous or counterfeit;
  • and to limit the irresponsible use of antibiotics which is contributing to global antibiotic resistance. 

Please be aware that if a website offers to let you buy gonorrhoea antibiotics without a prescription, it is operating outside of UK regulation, issuing treatment illegally and is therefore not safe to use.

You can discover whether Cefixime and Azithromycin tablets can help you by taking our simple questionnaire, which typically only takes a few minutes to complete. A doctor will issue your treatment if they are satisfied that it is suitable for you to use. Our UK pharmacy will then dispense your medicine, and send it to your door by next-day courier. 

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How to use Gonorrhoea Treatment Pack

When using the Gonorrhoea Treatment Pack or antibiotics of any kind, it is absolutely vital to adhere to the directions your doctor provides.

You should also familiarise yourself with the information supplied in the leaflet prior to first use. Taking the medicine as prescribed will enable you to get the most out of the treatment and lower the risk of side effects.

  1. Take this treatment as prescribed.
  2. This might be a one off dose consisting of Suprax 400mg (two 200mg tablets) and Azithromycin 1000mg (two 500mg tablets or four 250mg tablets).
  3. Do not drink alcohol before taking this medicine. 
  4. You should also not drink alcohol for a further 48 hours after taking it.
  5. Do not exceed the dose prescribed.
  6. To ensure the infection has passed, we would recommend getting tested again after you have used this treatment. You should wait at least two weeks before doing so.
  7. Refrain from having sex until you have been tested and told you are clear of infection.

Further information can be found in the leaflet provided. If you are still unsure how to take this medicine, ask your doctor or pharmacist.

Download Azithromycin PDF

Download Suprax PDF

Gonorrhoea Treatment Pack side effects

If you notice anything unusual or experience side effects when using this treatment, seek medical advice as soon as possible. Side effects associated with these medicines include:

      1.  Azithromycin

Very common (1 in 10 people or more):

Abdominal pain, diarrhoea, nausea, flatulence.

Common (1 in 10 people or less):

Loss of appetite, headache, dizziness, pins and needles or numbness, visual impairment, loss of hearing, vomiting, stomach pain or cramps, skin rashes and itching, joint pain, fatigue.

Uncommon (1 in 100 people or less):

Fungal or bacterial infection, angioedema, hypersensitivity, drowsiness, insomnia, palpitations, shortness of breath, inflammation of the lining of the stomach, constipation, dry mouth, mouth ulcers, hepatitis, dermatitis, sweating, muscle pain, back or neck pain, painful urination, testicular disorder, urticaria, chest pain, facial swelling, fever, feelings of weakness, fluctuating liver enzyme levels and blood levels.

Rare (1 in 1,000 people or less):

Liver or kidney problems.

Very Rare:

Gut infection, haemolytic anaemia, anxiety, confusion, hallucinations, fainting, convulsions, feeling hyperactivity, muscle weakness, irregular heartbeat, low blood pressure, pancreatitis, discoloration of the tongue and teeth, liver failure, allergic skin reactions.

      2.  Suprax

Uncommon (1 in 100 people or less):

Blistering, flu-like symptoms, fever, blood disorder, allergic reaction, diarrhoea, feeling or being sick, stomach pains, indigestion, headaches, dizziness or itchiness.

The information provided here is not comprehensive. A more detailed list of side effects can be found in the leaflets supplied with each medicine.

Taking it with other medicines

The Gonorrhoea Pack may not be suitable for you to use if you are currently taking or have recently taken any of the following: ergotamine, statins, quinidine, cyclosporin, warfarin, cisapride, terfenadine, zidovudine, nelfinavir, rifabutin, alfentanil, antacids, theophylline, digoxin, astemizol or pimozide.

Let your prescriber know if you are taking these or any other medicines during consultation.

Conditions to look out for

When you buy gonorrhoea antibiotics from our online pharmacy, you will be presented with a simple health questionnaire. This forms part of our consultation process, and allows our doctor to review your medical history and suitability for this medication. Make sure you inform the doctor of any medical conditions or allergies you have had, past or present.

These medicines may not be suitable for you if you have a history of: diabetes; liver or kidney problems; bowel disease; severe heart problems; neurological or psychiatric illnesses.

Do not buy or use the gonorrhea treatment pack if you are allergic to antibiotics. In such cases you will need to discuss other treatment options with your GP.

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Can I still drink alcohol?

No. Alcohol may affect the efficacy of the medicine. You should allow at least 48 hours after using this medicine before drinking alcohol.

Will I still be able to drive?

If you experience no side effects, yes. However if you notice any side effects which may make driving dangerous, you should avoid doing so and contact your nearest doctor or healthcare professional immediately.

Can I use this medicine while pregnant?

No. These medications are not suitable for those who are pregnant or breastfeeding. Speak to your doctor about alternative treatment in these cases.

How do I store it?

In a cool, dry environment, below 25 degrees, and out of the reach of children.

Am I allergic to anything in the medicine?

Surpax contains cefixime, microcrystalline, phosphate dihydrate, magnesium stearate, hypromellose, cellulose, pregelatinised starch, calcium hydrogen, macrogol 6000 and titanium.

Azithromycin tablets consist of azithromycin dihydrate, croscarmellose sodium (E468), magnesium stearate (E572), microcrystalline cellulose (E460), silicium dioxide, (E551), poloxamer, povidone (E1201), talc, waterfree lactose, hypromellose (E464), hydroxypropylcellulose, macrogol and titanium dioxide (E171).

Do not buy this gonorrhoea antibiotics pack or use it if you are allergic to or unable to tolerate any of the above ingredients, and discuss treatment with your GP instead.

Is it available over the counter?

This treatment is prescription only, which means that a doctor will need to assess your suitability before you are able to use it.

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If you are looking for a comprehensive gonorrhoea medication and are unable to have the first-line treatment, then fill out our medical survey, and our doctor will examine your answers. Once approved, we’ll deliver your medicine to you in just one working day.

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