Every year, the number of people infected with Chlamydia continues to increase. It is the number one sexually-transmitted disease in many countries, and it causes a lot of danger and harm to people, regardless of age and gender.

 

Described as a silent disease, Chlamydia can infect someone without triggering signs and symptoms. It takes a few more weeks before the initial indicators manifest. As a result, some only realize that they have been infected once the STD has already caused a bit of damage.

 

Males and females exhibit different Chlamydia symptoms. Males, for instance, suffer from the following: unusual penis discharge, pain when urinating, inflammation of the penis tip, and tenderness of the testicles. Females, on the other hand, can experience: pain when urinating and having sex, light bleeding, unusual vaginal discharge, and lower abdominal pains.

 

Once these occur, people are urged to get a Chlamydia test. Visit a doctor or use a rapid Chlamydia test kit to detect the infection and find the right treatment as soon as possible.

 

In Chlamydia testing, a patient is requested to provide a bodily fluid sample that will be examined. The presence of the Chlamydia bacteria or antibodies will determine if one has been infected.