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  1. Chlamydia and Gay Men

    According to an online journal called Sexually Transmitted Infections, gay men are not safe from Chlamydia. Chlamydia is often associated with women because it easily infects their urethra. However, a new study reveals that Chlamydia also grows in the rectum. For this reason, gay men must always do a rectal test as part of their health care routine. Men with HIV are also positive with rectal Chlamydia According to CDC, Chlamydia is one of the most common types of sexually... → Continue reading
  2. The Most Effective Antibiotics For Treating Chlamydia

    Antibiotics have been adjudged to be the best treatment for Chlamydia. Its effectiveness is almost 100% all the time. This may be debatable given that many people suffering from the infection do not take the prescriptions religiously. Antibiotics may be started once the prescription is given by a medical personnel based on the test results. Such tests may be confirmed at the hospital or even with home test kits. Various classes of persons could be given antibiotics for Chlamydia... → Continue reading
  3. Genital Discharge: The First Signs of Chlamydia Infection

    One of the prevalent symptoms of Chlamydia in both women and men is abnormal discharge. In women, abnormal vaginal discharge occurs as a symptom, while a white, cloudy or watery discharge from the penis occurs in men. The vaginal discharge is usually fluid made by glands inside the vagina and cervix and this fluid carry away dead cells and bacteria thereby keeping the vagina clean and helps prevent infections. However, when infections like Chlamydia occur, this vaginal discharge that... → Continue reading
  4. Chlamydia Urine Home Test Kit and Over-the-Counter Chlamydia Treatment

    Have you ever been faced with the challenge of having to go through a long process with STD (sexually transmitted disease) screening? Some people are actually discouraged because of the complicated process of testing for certain STDs, especially Chlamydia, because of the risk of stigmatization if one is tested positive for the infection. In a bid to avoid such, these set of people will then not be aware of their Chlamydia-positive status, thereby, posing a great threat to the... → Continue reading

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