DoxyPEP

Medication

Referred to as the "morning-after pill" for sexually transmitted disease exposure, DoxyPEP has proven effective against bacterial STDs when taken 24 hours after unprotected sex. The use of DoxyPEP has proven to be effective against chlamydia, gonorrhea, trichominiasis and syphilis, each having a reduced rate of infection by 88%, 50%, and 50%, respectively. 

DoxyPEP is primarily recommended for those who have had condomless sex with one or more partners and had a sexually transmitted infection in the past year. 

Similar to the morning-after pill, DoxyPEP works best immediately after exposure, with the best results being 24 to 72 hours after condomless sex. At maximum, the patient should only take one dose of DoxyPep orally per day, with the frequency of doses thereafter based on the patient’s rate of oral, anal, and vaginal sex, but should not be taken more than once per day. A normal prescription of the medication tends to be two tablets per three days. Patients prescribed DoxyPEP SHOULD NOT take more than one dose on any given day. 

Upon being prescribed DoxyPEP, patients should follow up with their healthcare provider every three months after exposure to get regular tests conducted. Not only is this to catch potential dormant sexually transmitted diseases, but it is also meant to catch potential reinfections promptly. 

If needed, the medication can be taken daily, but patients taking DoxyPEP for a prolonged period will need to be monitored.

As an antibiotic, DoxyPEP is designed to treat bacterial sexually transmitted diseases like: 

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Chlamydia

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Gonorrhea

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Syphilis

DoxyPEP should be avoided for those who are pregnant or should be stopped when the patient becomes pregnant. While not as common, patients have experienced minor side effects for DoxyPEP that include: 

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Stomach Discomfort

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Easier Development of Sunburns

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Headaches

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Vision Changes

As an antibiotic, DoxyPEP is designed to treat bacterial sexually transmitted diseases: Syphilis, Chlamydia and Gonorrhea


Syphilis Symptoms

Syphilis is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) caused by the bacterium Treponema pallidum. It progresses through multiple stages and can have varied symptoms, ranging from painless sores in the early stage to severe complications affecting the heart, nervous system, and other organs in later stages. Symptoms include: 

 

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Ulcers or sores around the infection site

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Skin rashes

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Flu-like symptoms

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Swollen lymph nodes

 

Chlamydia Symptoms

Chlamydia is a common sexually transmitted infection (STI) caused by the bacterium Chlamydia trachomatis. It often presents with mild or no symptoms, making regular testing important for early detection and treatment to prevent complications. Chlamydia symptoms include: 

 

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Abnormal vaginal discharge

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Painful urination

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Abdominal pain

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Pain during sexual intercourse

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Bleeding between menstrual periods

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Discharge from the penis

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Painful or burning sensation during urination

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Testicular pain or swelling

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If engaged in anal sex, rectal pain and discharge

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If engaged in oral sex, a sore throat

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If fluids touch the eyes, conjunctivitis 

 

Gonorrhea Symptoms

Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) caused by the bacterium Neisseria gonorrhoeae. It can infect the genital tract, rectum, and throat, often presenting with symptoms, but some individuals may remain asymptomatic, emphasizing the importance of regular testing. Gonorrhea symptoms include: 

 

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Painful or burning sensation during urination

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Discharge from the penis

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Testicular pain or swelling

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Increased vaginal discharge

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Abdominal or pelvic pain

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Irregular menstrual bleeding

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If engaged in anal sex, rectal pain and discharge

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If engaged in oral sex, a sore throat

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If fluids touch the eyes, conjunctivitis 

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