Always? Since chlamydia can be asymptomatic, the most common symptom is nothing. Discharge or itch. That's it. Sometimes bleeding. Rarely, pain, fevers, nausea vomiting.
Chlamydia is often a. “silent” disease – which means that the person isn't experiencing symptoms. Chlamydia symptoms in women may include: spotting, painful sexual intercourse, pain with urination, vaginal discharge (milky or yellow mucus), lower abdominal pain, nausea ; fever. Chlamydia in men may cause burning or pain when urinating, irritation at opening of penis as well as discharge, groin pain w swelling.
None. Chlamydia is the most common bacterial STD in the US. Most often there are no symptoms. It can cause vaginal discharge or burning with sex or with urination. Sexually active women under age 25 (or older if multiple partners) should be screened at time of annual exam. Chlamydia requires antibiotic treatment for the woman and partner (s).
Yes. Chlamydia infection can be without symptoms in many women. Internal scarring and fallopian tube damage may occur. Sometimes that scarring can later lead to infertility and/ or pain.
Of course. Chlamydia can linger for a long time without causing any symptoms. This is how it is spread around so easily when people have intercourse without condoms. Get tested if you are at risk.
Yes, after many years. Non-symptomatic in majority of women. May develop vaginal bleeding, abdominal pain, urinary frequency oe pain with sex. Often undetected for years & then may cause pelvic inflammatory disease (pid) which causes pelvic pain and infertility from blocked fallopian tubes. Men tend to develop urethritis, urethral discharge and epididymitis. Both partners need treatment with antibiotics if 1 is infected.
Is it possible that my chlamydia infection will go away with another treatment if the first treatment simply made the symptoms worse?
Not necessarily. It is possible that your chlamydia infection is either resistant to the treatment or there may also be another infection also present as well. Please have this rechecked by your doctor.
Directly. Direct sexual contact is the way.
Sexual transmitted. Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted disease. Both men and women can get this disease. It is caused by a bacteria that can infect the urethra (what we pee out of), causing pain, especially when urinating) and often a brown, foul-smelling discharge from the penis or vagina. It is easily treated with antibiotics. Untreated, it can cause bladder and uterus infections, and even sterility.