Will Cephalexin Treat Chlamydia?

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Although an excellent broad spectrum antibiotic, and quite often chosen as the drug of use in cases of bacterial infection, cephalexin is not a good choice in the treatment of chlamydia. Physicians treat chlamydia with either azithromycin or doxycycline.
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