Chlamydia is a common sexually-transmitted disease or infection caused by the bacterium known as Chlamydia trachomatis. It is transmitted from one human being to another through sexual contact.

Chlamydia the leading STD

It is so easy to spread Chlamydia, especially if people engage in unsafe sexual practices, so it is not a surprise that it is ranked number one as the most prevalent bacterial STD in the world.

Infection rates in different parts of the world

In the United States, more than two million people are currently living with Chlamydia, and health authorities believe that the actual number of Chlamydia victims in the country is much more than that. Furthermore, only about a third of the sexually active females go out to get tested for Chlamydia, leaving several others undiagnosed and undetected.

In females between the ages of 14 and 19, recurring Chlamydia infections are pretty typical. The Department of Epidemiology and Public Health at Yale conducted a study involving 411 Chlamydia-positive participants and observed that about 30% of them have suffered the infection repeatedly in a span of four years.

In the United Kingdom, the number of new Chlamydia cases continues to rise each year. For example, back in 2004, almost 105,000 Chlamydia cases were diagnosed, while in 2005, almost 110,000 were reported.

With how fast Chlamydia can spread, everyone is advised to protect themselves against this infection by undergoing Chlamydia testing at the earliest chance.

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