Among the many sexually-transmitted diseases that harm both women and men, both young and old, is referred to as Chlamydia. Facts and figures maintain that around four million Americans get infected with the disease each year, and the figure will continuously increase if it is left undiagnosed and untreated. 


Chlamydia is classified as a ‘silent disease’ due to the fact that an individual who is infected with it will most likely not display any kind of signs or symptoms for a very long time. For that reason, the infection is left stress-free and can easily spread throughout the body, or from someone to another. One only knows he or she is sick is when the side effects show up, and it is already far too late to deal with it. 


Males and females have various sets of signs and symptoms from Chlamydia. Read further to recognize how diverse they are. 


What are the Chlamydia symptoms in women?


Chlamydia requires between one and three weeks to incubate, meaning to say the very first symptoms will only appear after this period of time lapses. 


A female Chlamydia patient will get nausea, together with pains in the lower mid-section. The vagina is going to smell unpleasant, and peculiar, milky vaginal discharge that is similar to mucus will also surface. Pain when urinating and sex will also take place. She will have inconsistent menstrual periods. Those who participated in oral sex with another infected individual will have sore throat or some other sort of throat infection. 


If not dealt with instantly, the warning signs will become critical complications including pelvic inflammatory disease or PID, miscarriage, cervicitis, ectopic pregnancy, infertility, and salpingitis. 

What are the Chlamydia symptoms in men?


Facts and figures state over forty million males on the planet are infected with Chlamydia. Allow me to share the symptoms that they must look out for: 

A male patient will encounter a burning painful sensation during urination. He will have unusual discharges being released from his penis. Watch out for stains in the underwear for this. Likewise, enlargement of the testicles is an indicator of Chlamydia in its first stage. Those who had anal sex with another affected individual will have problems with enlargement in the rectal region. The patient will feel discomfort and some burning sensation, and will get bleeding and discharge. Those who performed oral sex can get sore throat. 


How can you detect Chlamydia? 

When you observe any of the symptoms manifesting to you, it is recommended that you visit your doctor. At the start, these medical experts will prescribe you with antibiotics you need to take for a time period. You will be advised to abstain so as to not pass on the disease around. Have your sexual companion tested as well so that he or she will also obtain treatment while the infection is still not that serious. 


The utilization of protection when having sex performs an important role in the spread of STDs. We must take note of that and inform ourselves so as not to put in dangerous and other people’s health and wellbeing.