Chlamydia - Diagnose My Symptoms For Chlamydia

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        <p><a rel="nofollow"
target="_blank">Chlamydia</a> signs and symptoms may or may not be seen
in an individual that has contracted this very common Sexually
Transmitted Disease (STD). If symptoms are present, both men and women
may have burning throughout urination, a discharge from the penis or
vagina or pain. This report delivers a concise look at this bacterial
infection so you can create an <a rel="nofollow"
href="" target="_blank">online diagnosis</a>
and shares what you can expect if you contracted a chlamydia
infection.<br><br><strong><a rel="nofollow"
target="_blank">Chlamydia Symptoms</a> And Causes</strong><br><br>Signs
and symptoms of a chlamydia infection won't be seen in 25 to 30 percent
of men and women with the disorder. If symptoms are seen they can be
different for men and women.<br><br><strong>Signs and symptoms in males
may include:</strong></p>
<ul><li>Burning feeling in the course of urination</li>
</ul><ul><li>Discharge from the penis</li>
</ul><ul><li>Tenderness or discomfort noticed in the testicles</li>
</ul><ul><li>Rectal discomfort or discharge</li>
</ul><p><strong>Signs and symptoms in females may include:</strong></p>
<ul><li>A burning sensation in the course of urination</li>
</ul><ul><li>Discharge from the vagina</li>
</ul><ul><li>Painful sexual intercourse</li>
</ul><ul><li>Rectal discomfort or discharge</li>
</ul><p>Chlamydia infection is brought on by the bacteria <em>Chlamydia
trachomatis</em>. It is a highly common sexually transmitted disease and
those who are sexually active or who have several sexual partners are at
the biggest risk. <br><br>Infants may become infected (rare) when passing
through the birth canal of an infected mother. This may lead to the
development of chlamydia-related conjunctivitis (eye infection) and
pneumonia (chlamydial pneumonia)<br><br><strong>Chlamydia Diagnosis And
Treatment</strong><br><br>The preliminary diagnosis could be based on the
earlier mentioned signs and symptoms if they are observed. To more fully
form a diagnosis, analysis or culture of any discharge or secretions
could be necessary.<br><br>Treatment typically includes the doctor
prescription of antibiotic medications (i.e. tetracyclines, azithromycin,
or erythromycin) to combat the infection. A follow-up analysis may be
carried out in approximately 4 weeks to determine if the infection has
been cured. The infected individual is strongly encouraged to inform
other sexual companions of their infection so they may be tested and to
prevent the spread of the sickness.<br><br>With early antibiotic
treatment, an infected person can expect excellent final results and the
avoidance of any long-term health complications. Nonetheless, if the
infection is not treated correctly or treatment is delayed, further
inflammation can occur. In a woman, untreated chlamydia may lead to an
infection of the uterus or fallopian tubes creating Pelvic Inflammatory
Disease (PID), which might lead to infertility or a heightened chance of
ectopic pregnancy.</p>        <!--INFOLINKS_OFF-->

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