Chlamydia

What is it?

 

Chlamydia is the most common sexually transmitted disease (STD).

 

Most people who are infected with Chlamydia do not show symptoms, and therefore it has a tendancy to spread more quickly. While in men Chlamydia can cause urethritis, in women it can cause cervicitis. Usually Chlamydia is treated and goes away before it is established, however one it is established, Chlamydia usually clears up slower in men than in women.

 

 

How can I get rid of it?

 

The main treatment for Chlamydia is an antibiotic (either doxycycline or azithromycin) which will typically clear up the infection within two weeks. This is taken orally and can be prescribed by a medical professional.

Is there anything I should worry about?

You shouldn't worry, but you should try to get treatment as soon as you think there's an issue because if Chlamydia goes untreated, it can lead to more dangerous issues. These include the following:

What is it?

 

Chlamydia is the most common sexually transmitted disease (STD).

 

Most people who are infected with Chlamydia do not show symptoms, and therefore it has a tendancy to spread more quickly. While in men Chlamydia can cause urethritis, in women it can cause cervicitis. Usually Chlamydia is treated and goes away before it is established, however one it is established, Chlamydia usually clears up slower in men than in women.

 

 

How can I get rid of it?

 

The main treatment for Chlamydia is an antibiotic (either doxycycline or azithromycin) which will typically clear up the infection within two weeks. This is taken orally and can be prescribed by a medical professional.

Chlamydia

Is there anything I should worry about?

You shouldn't worry, but you should try to get treatment as soon as you think there's an issue because if Chlamydia goes untreated, it can lead to more dangerous issues. These include the following:

Symptom list:

Chlamydia