Chlamydia

 

Chlamydia is an extremely common sexually transmitted disease that can affect people of all ages. It mostly affects young adults aged 16-25. Some women who have chlamydia may not have any symptoms but will still transmit the disease.

Although it can be treated easily with medicine, it must be taken seriously. Having chlamydia increases your chances of contracting HIV. This is because chlamydia causes sores and lesions which make it easier for HIV to enter the body. Not treating chlamydia can also cause fertility issues in the future.

Chlamydia infects semen and vaginal fluids. This fluid can spread chlamydia by sexual intercourse (vaginal or anal), oral sex, or even if sex toys are shared. Chlamydia results in yellow, strong-smelling discharge from the penis or vagina.

Chlamydia will also cause irritation when you have sex or pee and may result in stomach pain in women. The swelling of the vagina may also take place. Pain in testicles and the penis is also a symptom of chlamydia.

Chlamydia may often cause no symptoms at all. Due to this, it can go undetected for long periods and be passed to other healthy individuals. Through chlamydia, women may acquire pelvic inflammatory disease. Chlamydia could also damage the fallopian tubes, in the long run, causing infertility. The fertility of men may be affected as well as chlamydia affects semen production.

A bacterium called Chlamydia trachomatis causes chlamydia. This bacterium can infect sexual fluids and then stay in the penis, vagina or rectum. When it comes in contact with another person’s fluids, it gets passed on.

One exposure is enough to contract chlamydia. It is, therefore, necessary to regularly test yourself for chlamydia if you have multiple partners that you have unprotected sex with.

Chlamydia can be treated easily with medication. To know you have chlamydia, you will have to get yourself tested. You can do it at a sexual health clinic. There are also test kits available that enable you to test yourself for chlamydia in your own home. The test is carried out by sweeping a cotton swab through the vagina or the urethra and screening it for the bacterium.

If the test is positive, the medication must be taken as soon as possible. A dose of Azithromycin can be enough. Your doctor may also recommend you to take doxycycline

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