Most people have heard of the STD (sexual transmitted disease) chlamydia because it is one of the most common. As stated on Center for Disease Control and Prevention chlamydia is the most common among females, but males can be infected as well. Even the symptoms can go unnoticed, but chlamydia can be cured. Even though it can be cured chlamydia can but cause serious damage to a woman’s reproductive organs.
Usually signs for chlamydia go unnoticed, but symptoms usually occur three to four weeks after catching this disease. Women show more symptoms than men when they have contact with the disease. Some of the symptoms for women are abnormal discharges from the vagina that may have an odor, ...view middle of the document...
This can cause problems like inflammation of the joints, urethra, and eyes.
According to The Sexually Transmitted Diseases Guide “Chlamydia is a bacterial infection caused by pathogen (germ). Chlamydia is commonly known to infect the genitals but it can also infect the throat, rectum, and eyes. Chlamydia is one of the most common STD’s and because 50% of people who have chlamydia have no symptoms chlamydia infection usually go untreated.”
Also stated in the Center for Disease and Prevention there are a few ways chlamydia can be transferred one way is through child birth. When a woman is giving birth to her child the baby can possibly get the disease. Another way to obtain the disease is with a person’s sex partner. Chlamydia can spread even without a person ejaculating. Even a person who once had chlamydia and got it cured can be infected again if their partner has it.
Though it is easy to get infected it is also simple to avoid getting chlamydia. One way is to be abstinent, which means not to have sex until getting married. Another way is to wear a condom and properly using dental dams. Also before being intimate getting checked out can keep someone from being infected.
According to Sexual Conditions Health Center it is best to get tested for chlamydia twice a year since sometimes the symptoms can go unnoticed. When getting tested the doctor will test the person’s urine. Also the doctor will swab for fluids in the tip of the vagina or the penis. According to the sexually transmitted disease guide “Swabbing for...