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Who`s At Risk For Chlamydia?
A sexually transmitted disease can be one of the most uncomfortable things to deal with in the world. There is a great variety of different diseases and infections, and each has its own development and negative effects. For this reason, it is important to become educated in these matters, so that one can avoid the most unsatisfactory experiences with them. Of all other STDs, Chlamydia is one of the most frequently reported sexually transmitted disease in the North American continent. But who`s at risk for Chlamydia? Let`s take a deeper look.
Chlamydia is a disease caused by the bacterium Chlamydia trachomatis. It is something that is usually transmitted through intercourse, or oral or anal sex. Even a mother, when giving vaginal birth to her child, can pass the disease to the baby. This bacterium, similar to another sexually transmitted disease, resides in the cervix, urethra, throat, and rectum. Almost anyone who is sexually active is at risk for contracting Chlamydia, and the truth is, there are many people infected with the disease unknowingly, who end up passing it on to other Top Sexual Harassment Attorneys partners.
The symptoms of Chlamydia do not become evident until about one to three weeks have passed after it has been contracted. However, as mentioned earlier, it is sometimes called one of the \"silent\" sexually transmitted diseases, because some people who have it never have symptoms, and are completely unaware of the situation they are potentially putting their partners in. In fact, it has been said by experts that a full 75% of all women, as well as 50% of all men carry the disease unknowingly.
Of course, the symptoms differ between genders, but in either case, they are not very pleasant. For the unfortunate women who contracts this disease, the symptoms include burning or painful urination, abdominal pain, including vaginal discharge, and pain in other areas of the body, such as the back. there is pain during intercourse, and is accompanied by fever, nausea, and bleeding between periods. For men, there are common symptoms, such as painful urination, penile discharge, and burning, itching, or swelling of the genitals.
Of course, it can be treated with antibiotics, and thus be cured, if they are used properly, and under the appropriate direction of a qualified expert. However, if this disease is not treated appropriately, there are other complications that can occur, such as problems with the female reproductive organs, or difficulties with pregnancy. Prevention is possible if both partners have been tested, and have abstained from having excessive intercourse with multiple partners. Although who`s at risk for Chlamydia may include almost everyone, smart measures can be taken to avoid contracting the disease.
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