The latest report has shown that there is no wonder that Chlamydia is known as the “silent killer” …
The recent report of the American Center for Disease Control, shows that 1 in 100 people in America have this sexually transmitted disease. A person may not seem that bad, but when the final calculations are made means that more than 1.8 million people in America have chlamydia.
What is more worrying is the fact that 1.4 million people reported having the disease, while 400,000 could possibly have, but who do not know, and thus threatening to infect their partners.
However, should you consider the lack of information or ignorance about this disease is not the fault of these people. This is because almost no chlamydia no symptoms associated with it that could “spark” your panic alarm.
– “In both sexes, chlamydia can but does not have to cause a decrease in energy and pain, especially when urination, but it is difficult to determine a single symptom or exclusively that can be counted as a clear indicator that you have chlamydia, “- emphasizes Mary Jane Minki, a professor at Yale University.
Chlamydia, which is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases bacterial transmission, presents a problem for most women. If not treated promptly, bacteria may cause serious sexual problems such as infection of the urethra, vagina and cervix. In addition, considering that chlamydia can reduce fertility, as males, both females.
At one point, chlamydia can cause the condition known as PID, or inflammation of internal genital organs, which is very uncomfortable and painful.
But there is good news to prove that every gynecologist there making chlamydia test and its early diagnosis, and if proven to do so you can follow the appropriate antibiotic therapy