ChlamydiaChlamydia is a scary word, and even scarier if you have contracted the infection itself. Not sure what to do. Do you go and see a doctor or ignore it and it will go away. STDs don’t go away especially the STD that was allowed to stick around while you contemplated seeing a doctor. If chlamydia is the infection you think you may have then go and get medical help right away. If you don’t do this, then complications could arise from the delay and of which would never have happened had it been treated in its early stage.

Sexually transmitted infections are normally treated with antibiotics. Antibiotics have proven to be the best effective medication for getting rid of chlamydia. It is a painless way for treating this STD.

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Unfortunately, some people don’t know they have chlamydia, which can give cause for other types of conditions to happen such like pelvic inflammatory disease. If there is any doubt in your mind that something is not right in and around the vagina, then it probably isn’t, so go and get a medic to give you the once over. It is better to be safe than sorry. It only takes a minute to pick up the phone to make an appointment and find out for sure if you have chlamydia.

Each individual differs and the list of symptoms below are the most common with this infection, however, because we differ some women may have 2 symptoms while the other 3 this could be down to how far the infection has been around.

Chlamydia symptoms in women

• Unusual vaginal discharge
• Bleeding between periods and discomfort.
• Abdominal pain
• Sexual intercourse pain and during urination.
• Itching or burning sensation around the vagina
• Fever
• Odour.

Chlamydia symptoms in men

• Discharge oozing from the penis tip (white, cloudy or runny).
• Pain, or ‘burning when peeing
• Inflammation around the testicles, soreness, and pain

No one is exempt from getting chlamydia. It all boils down to how you approach the matter of protecting yourself from the disease. You need to think condom at all times before sexual activity takes place.
Both men and women are putting themselves at risk of getting this STD by sleeping around. Too many bed partners without no protection is a disaster waiting to happen.

Is your concern connected to Bacterial Vaginosis

Below are two other STDs and their symptoms which may help you decide if it is one of those or chlamydia.

cloudy discharge
• Bloody
• Pain or burning feeling when urinating
• Heavy periods/bleeding between menstrual cycles
• Sore swollen testicles
• Painful bowel movements
• Anal itching

Trichomoniasis symptoms

• Vaginal discharge (white, greenish or yellowish)
• Discharge from the penis
• Smelly
• itching
• Vaginal irritation
• Itching or irritation inside the penis
• Pain during sexual intercourse and urination

As with any suspicion of an STD that has attacked the genitals is to act sensible and reach out for help sooner than later. Delayed treatment will have the medication having to work harder to cure the problem than it would if the infection was treated earlier and especially more so if it is

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