chlamydia

  1. 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
  2. What happens in the body if chlamydia is left untreated?

    What happens in the body if chlamydia is left untreated?
    Overview Chlamydia is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases. It can affect both men and women of any age. Its symptoms may or may not be present. When the infection is asymptomatic or left untreated, it can lead to severe or life-threatening complications. Its symptoms can vary from mild to moderate or severe. Because it's a microbial infection, its treatment involves antibiotics prescription. To diagnose chlamydia, you can use a rapid STD test at home or go... → Continue reading
  3. What Is Chlamydia?

    What Is Chlamydia?
    Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted infection caused by the Chlamydia Trachomatis bacteria. Some scientists consider it to be among the most common bacterial STDs in the world. Chlamydia can affect several different organs such as the vagina, penis, urethra, cervix, eye, anus, throat and can also cause serious and oftentimes permanent damage to the reproductive system in both men and women. The complications related to chlamydia are potentially serious, early treatment is extremely important. → Continue reading
  4. Chlamydia Signs and Symptoms

    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 aware of the symptoms, or the symptoms fail to appear in the first place. Unfortunately, serious complications can arise... → Continue reading

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