Medical studies and research have shown that Chlamydia has the most number of recorded cases among all the STDs or sexually-transmitted diseases in the United States and in the United Kingdom. For that reason, it is important to do something about its spread and transmission.


Chlamydia does not always trigger visible and noticeable signs and symptoms. A lot of Chlamydia cases in the past years have gone untreated and unnoticed. 


Back in 2006, 113,000 people were diagnosed with Chlamydia in the United Kingdom, but health professionals believe that there are still more out there that have not gotten tested and treated.


If Chlamydia does cause symptoms, here are the most common ones that may occur:


Pain in the rectum

Abdominal pain

Pain when urinating

Spotting in between menstrual periods

Bleeding after sexual intercourse (in women)

Inflammation in the cervix, liver and fallopian tubes (in women)

Weird type of discharge in the rectum, penis, or vagina

White or clear discharge in the urethra

Painful sexual intercourse


Once these symptoms happen, one should immediately get tested for Chlamydia so that they can get the appropriate treatment solution for it. Otherwise, a patient might end up developing severe health problems such as pelvic inflammatory disease or PID, and salpingitis, ectopic pregnancy in women, and infertility.