Research studies and reports show that two out of every three people with Chlamydia are not aware that they are infected with the disease. What is the reason for this, you ask? It is because Chlamydia can be asymptomatic, meaning it does not always trigger visible symptoms. 

Methods of testing for Chlamydia

Medical professionals continue to spend a lot of time and money finding ways to accurately and efficiently diagnose and detect Chlamydia. Here are examples of the most commonly used Chlamydia testing techniques:

- The Nucleic Acid Amplification Tests or NAAT is a foolproof Chlamydia testing method that a lot of medical professionals use. It searches for traces of Chlamydia activity in a patient's DNA using the modern and high-tech equipment.

- The direct fluorescent antibody stain testing method looks for Chlamydia antibodies released by the antigens.

- The DNA probe test is another commonly used Chlamydia testing technique that looks for traces of the Chlamydia DNA in a bodily fluid sample. 

- Rapid Chlamydia test kits offer a convenient, hassle-free, affordable, fast, and accurate way to test for Chlamydia. They are easily available in drug stores, pharmacies, and even online. They are designed to allow people to conduct the test by themselves, at home, especially if they want utmost privacy.

Testing for Chlamydia

Testing for Chlamydia has to be done as soon as possible to prevent the spread of the infection inside the body and to other people. Do it regularly with your sex partner to ensure your good health.