Chlamydia is an infection that is caused by a kind of bacteria that is passed during sexual contact. It is the most common STD in US. It is especially common among women and men under 25. People who have chlamydia often do not have outward symptoms in the early stages.
The main causes of Chlamydia infection are sex without a condom and unprotected oral sex. You don’t have to have penetration to get it. Touching genitals together may also transmit the bacteria. It can also be contracted during anal sex. Besides, it can be even passed to newborn babies from their infected mother during birth. Someone can even get a Chlamydia infection in the eye through oral or genital contact with the eyes, but this isn’t common.
No signs and symptoms are usually not shown in many people. They are usually noticeable within one to three weeks of contact when they do occur. Some of the most common symptoms in women include:
Bleeding between periods
Abnormal vaginal discharge that may have an odor
Pain when having sex
Abdominal pain with fever
Pain when urinating
Itching or burning in or around the vagina
You will likely be asked about your symptoms when you see a doctor to diagnose Chlamydia. . If you don’t have any, your doctor may ask why you think you might have the infection. A few different tests can be used to diagnose Chlamydia. A sample from the cervix in women will be taken and then send it to a laboratory to be analyzed.
Fortunately, Chlamydia is easy to treat. The oral antibiotics are usually prescribed by your doctor, like Azithromycin and Doxycycline. However, antibiotics can’t relieve all the symptoms and can even cause drug resistance. Thus, herbal medicine like Fuyan Pill may be a good option, which is made from Chinese herbs without any side effects and drug resistance. It can cure Chlamydia in women effectively by eliminating inflammation, killing bacteria, clearing heat and promoting blood circulation etc. Remember not to have sex during the treatment time, or you can get it again unfortunately if you’re exposed, even if you’ve had it and it was treated.
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