Chlamydia diagnosis

  1. Test options for chlamydia patients

    Test options for chlamydia patients
    Chlamydia, caused by the bacterium chlamydia trachomatis, is a prevalent STD that affected 1,758,668 people in the US, in 2018. Chlamydia patients are often asymptomatic, meaning they might spread the disease because they are not aware they have it. Screening tests are necessary to identify chlamydia cases in adults and teenagers. Chlamydia left untreated can lead to severe complications in both sexes. Chronic chlamydia infection can result in permanent infertility in women. The disease can also affect your unborn... → Continue reading
  2. How does a chlamydia swab work?

    How does a chlamydia swab work?
    Advice for buying STD kits safely Before purchasing a chlamydia test kit online, you should know how to choose one safely. The first thing you should do is check if the package is sealed correctly. Any damage to the packaging would indicate a compromised product. Then, verify the expiration date. STD kit tests that have expired are not fit to use, and the result won't be realistic. Also, make sure you understand the instructions precisely. They should be simple... → Continue reading
  3. Chlamydia diagnosis test without lab

    Chlamydia diagnosis test without lab
    Chlamydia affects thousands of people annually. It is one of the most prevalent sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) globally and transmitted through unprotected sex. The bacterium responsible for the infection is Chlamydia trachomatis. Most commonly, it leads to cervicitis in women and urethritis in men. Both sexes can present with proctitis due to unprotected anal sex. Chlamydia is the most prevalent bacterial STD in the US. It affects about 2.86 million people every year. It is more common in younger... → Continue reading

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