Signs and Symptoms of Chlamydia

Requires a medical diagnosis

Many who have been infected with Chlamydia don't develop symptoms, but they can still infect others through sexual contact. Chlamydia Symptoms in men may include genital pain and discharge from the penis, while Chlamydia symptoms in Women include pain at the groin area and discharge from Vagina.

If you have Chlamydia, then it is your responsibility to prevent its transmission. Chlamydia transmission can occur even though there are no visible symptoms, which makes it a much more serious issue.

Chlamydia Causes and Prevention

Chlamydia trachomatis, the bacteria that causes chlamydia, is most often spread through unprotected vaginal, oral, or anal sex. You get it from the semen or vaginal fluid of an infected person. It can also pass from an infected person to another through genital contact, even if there's no sex.

Chlamydia prevention is the responsibility of every citizen. Only if the people are aware and educated, Chlamydia transmission can be fully stopped!

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Can have no symptoms, but people may experience:

  • Pain areas: In the eyes, lower abdomen, pelvis, testicle, or vagina.
  • Pain circumstances: can occur during sexual intercourse or during urination
  • Groin: abnormal vaginal discharge, discharge from penis, or vaginal bleeding
  • Also common: eye discharge or spotting