How Serious Is Chlamydia And Its Alarming Symptoms?

The disease of Chlamydia is thought to be a quiet invader that conveys Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) worldwide and with overpopulation increasing tremendously, the outbreak can be epidemic especially those who are living in urban zones and in a society where younger adults are exploring sexual contact with many partners. Sadly, chlamydia symptoms from the bacterial disease are still prevalent as one of the common sexual-related infections because it lies asymptomatic. Hence, every young adult even as young as those adolescents should bear in mind about STDs and its root cause to prevent the population from acquiring more symptoms of Chlamydia.

1.      Brief Physiology

The transmission process of Chlamydia originates as bacteria, which can affect both sexes and the baby if the woman is assumed to be pregnant. Chlamydia trachomatis is its bacterium name and it can be transferred via vaginal contact with an infected man who has unsuspected symptoms of Chlamydia, if oral kissing is involved and anal intercourse.

Chlamydia symptoms in men

2.      Prevalence of Chlamydia

You only have to remember two things on how common Chlamydia symptoms can spread from one person to another: overdriven sexual individuals and those who have had sexual contact with many partners. Although ten percent of sexually active persons may have the bacteria, the transmission is still inevitable. Open abrasion or wounds may not be necessary to spread the infection of Chlamydia symptoms. However, it is by mere sexual contact and the frequent the person is energetic in performing oral or anal sex.

3.      Chlamydia Symptoms In Men

Chlamydia symptoms in men are mistakenly similar to gonorrhea case. Symptoms including painful urination, sense of urgency and discharge releasing frequently are common. In some men, testicles may get inflamed and tender.

4.      The symptoms in women

In most women, symptoms are vague. Nonetheless, pelvic and lower abdominal pains are assessed. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID), discharges from the vaginal opening, itching sensation and irregular menstrual spotting are also observed among the Chlamydia symptoms in women.


Chlamydia symptoms in women


5.      Chlamydia And Infertility

There have been cases of infertility for both sexes when the symptoms of Chlamydia aggravate within our reproductive organs. Sperm motility inhibits movement to the pass through from the testis because of infection in the epididymis. In women, PID cases may severely affect the ovaries, fallopian tubes and the uterus, which will prevent implantation of the fertilized egg.

6.      Chlamydia And Pregnancy Complications

Pre-matured delivery is caused by PID for women who manifest Chlamydia symptoms longer than unexpected. Implantation of the baby outside the uterus - Ectopic pregnancy - may happen if mothers experience chronic pain and hence, hindering passage of fertilized egg to reach the uterus.

7.      Chlamydia And The Newborn

The bacteria of Chlamydia symptoms can pass the maternal blood circulation thereby reaching the placenta. It literally means that the infection can reach the unborn baby leading to conjunctivitis (eye infection) and pneumonia (complication of lung abnormality).