Chlamydia - Symptom, Causes, Treatment of Chlamydia
Chlamydia may be
in a woman's cervix for
years and can
of the uterus and fallopian tubes without causing symptoms. But there may be an
vaginal discharge, which is
smelly; lower abdominal or back pain,
periods; pain with sex; and spotting, between periods or
later on sex. If
fallopian tube infection or an abscess in the pelvis
evolves, there may be fever and more
Chlamydia is the
treatable STD. It
no symptoms in men or women unless it
to complications - when treatment can
be too late to stop permanent damage. Although there is demonstration that chlamydia has been causing disease since ancient times, it was not
in about 1980 were simple and reliable tests for it developed.
Symptom of Chlamydia
Genital infections may
no warning until they are
progressed. If there are symptom of Chlamydia, men
between 2 days and 2 weeks
catching the infection.
Someone who has
symptoms a week
people, the symptoms take up to 3 weeks to
seem, and a lot of people never
symptom of Chlamydia in men are a
from the urethra (which
urine from the bladder) and/or discomfort during, or
later on, passing urine. The discharge is
worst first thing in the morning.
Diagnosis of Chlamydia
If you or your sexual partner
symptoms, it is very
to have swabs taken by your doctor or at a sexual health clinic to
for chlamydia or
other Sexually Transmissible Diseases.
the Chlamydia bacteria in a culture, or by finding
of the bacteria's unique DNA in a urine or vaginal illustration. On women, a speculum exam is
executed by the doctor; a cervical sample is
to the laboratory for analysis.
Treatment of Chlamydia
Chlamydial infections may be
A lot of antibiotics in the Erythromycin family will kill and
Chlamydial infections. The trick is to
diagnosed, as quite
are unaware. Sexual partners should be
time. If not treated, infection can produce to chronic ill health and Subfertility.
Chlamydia is the
preventable cause of infertility in women. When the fallopian tubes are
obstruct, no pregnancy is
naturally. One choice is IVF (in-vitro fertilisation), but availability on the NHS is still patchy and has
covariant arrival rates:
than 20 percent of women end up with a baby.
Pregnant women who have had greater than one sexual partner should be
examined by their physician to be
they do not
an asymptomatic infection.