Chlamydia

  1. New Chlamydia Test Offers Rapid Results

    New Chlamydia Test Offers Rapid Results
    A test for the most common STD, Chlamydia, reportedly delivers accurate and quick result fast enough that someone can be assured whether they have the infection within 15 minutes. Experts state that their patients can acquire results before they even leave their doctor’s office, which allows them to get started with their treatments as quickly as possible. The prompt...
  2. How Soon Can I Get Tested After Having Unprotected Sex?

    How Soon Can I Get Tested After Having Unprotected Sex?
    So you have had unprotected sex and now you are worried about being exposed to STDs. Every person who is sexually active should get tested for STDs at some point, especially after they have had unprotected sex. However, which tests, and when mainly depends on their personal risk factors. Oftentimes screening is not necessary. But if it is recommended, and...
  3. What Is Chlamydia?

    What Is Chlamydia?
    Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted disease. It is a bacterial infection that affects both women and men and transmits during sexual contact.   As per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in the year 2015, there were more than 1.5 million cases reported for Chlamydia in the USA. This makes a rate of almost 480 cases per group...
  4. Incubation Period of STDs

    Incubation Period of STDs: When Do Symptoms Show And How, When You Can Get Tested How soon should you get yourself screened for an STI after you have had unprotected sex? Are you wondering about this too? There are around 20 million new Sexually Transmitted Infections and diseases every year, and half of the Americans come across a sexually transmitted...
  5. Skin Rash and Sexually Transmitted Diseases – Causes And Reasons You Must Know About

    Skin Rash and Sexually Transmitted Diseases An STD is a disease that spread mainly by sexual contact. A partner with STD may transmit the diseases, causing an organism to the other partner during vaginal, oral or anal sex. STDs are the most commonly spread complicated diseases in the world to catch as you have to be up close and personal...
  6. Learning More About The Chlamydia STI – Symptoms, Causes, Diagnoses, And Treatment

    Chlamydia is one of the most commonly occurring sexually transmitted diseases in the United States. This STD easily spreads as it often causes no symptoms and perhaps would unknowingly pass on to your sexual partners. As a matter of fact, about 50 percent of infections in men and 75 percent in women are without any prior symptoms. Chlamydia Symptoms –...
  7. Chlamydia Signs and Symptoms

    Chlamydia is one of the most frequently reported bacterial sexually transmitted infections in the United States, according to CDC reports. The infection is spread easily between sexual partners because it is rarely accompanied by obvious symptoms. CDC estimates that about 2.86 million infections occur annually. Many people get infected with Chlamydia but fail to seek treatment because they are not...
  8. Teens Invented Condoms that can Detect STDs

    Three students, ages 13-14 years old, of Newton Academy in London invent color-changing condoms to warn of STDs. Their proposal won them the top prize in the UK 's TeenTech Awards in 2015. The concept sounds creative and could be a game-changer in STDs detection, but as of today it is still a concept and with the current technology, it's...
  9. Various Chlamydia Test Options

    Chlamydia is a condition that needs to be diagnosed right away to ensure that the patient could get the suitable treatment for it at the earliest opportunity. It is a sexually-transmitted disease that has afflicted huge numbers of people all over the world, and so anybody who has it ought to be tested and obtain treatment at once. How Chlamydia is spread The most usual way of spreading Chlamydia is simply by sexual intercourse. Individuals who do not exercise protected sex tend to be more prone to being infected. Additionally, people with multiple sex partners are...
  10. Teens and Chlamydia

    Teens can get chlamydia just like anyone else. There is no age range for chlamydia. Both male and females of any race who are sexually active could become infected with chlamydia which is a sexually transmitted disease. Prevention There are two way to prevent chlamydia Abstinence – refraining from all sexual intercourse 2 using condoms – this is the only...

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