Chlamydia treatment - Pack of 8 100mg doxycycline oral capsules

Chlamydia Treatment

Order an antibiotic to treat chlamydia online

Chlamydia Treatment

Order an antibiotic to treat chlamydia online

Chlamydia treatment - Pack of 8 100mg doxycycline oral capsules

You can order chlamydia treatment online if you or a partner has tested positive for chlamydia. A 7-day course of doxycycline is the most effective antibiotic treatment for chlamydia, and works for 95% of cases.

We also offer a home test kit.

To place an order, fill in a brief questionnaire. One of our doctors will review your order and prescribe a treatment if suitable. Existing patients should login first.

Medication Pack Size Price
Doxycycline antibiotic One week course (14 x 100mg capsules) £20.00


Click & Collect: free (available for next-day collection in Superdrug Pharmacies)
Next Day Delivery: £3.99

Dispensing and standard delivery included.

How our service works

  • Complete a short questionnaire about your health. 
  • Order and pay for your antibiotic treatment. 
  • A Superdrug Online Doctor will check the treatment is appropriate for you.


  • Orders received before 4pm will be sent out the same day. Orders received after 4pm will be sent out the next working day.
  • Your treatment will be posted to you via your choice of standard or next day delivery.
  • This will be contactless delivery. Someone will need to be home to tell the courier that they can sign on your behalf or they won't be able to deliver your parcel.
  • The treatment arrives in plain, discreet packaging.
  • Order & Collect (our same day in-store pick up service) is also available in selected Superdrug stores. 

About Chlamydia

To place an order, fill in a brief questionnaire. One of our doctors will review your order and prescribe a treatment if suitable. Existing patients should login first.

Reviewed by: Dr Louisa Draper in line with the Superdrug Online Editorial Process.

GMC no. 6149137

Dr Draper studied at the University of Oxford and finished her training to become a doctor at University College London, with a special interest in innovation in medicine, online and digital medicine, improving access to healthcare and reducing inequalities in health and well-being.

Last reviewed on: 20/07/21