CHLAMYDIA, TREATMENT, CAUSES, SYMPTOMS, AND PREVENTION
- By Houedegnon Zougnon
- On 09/06/2022
CHLAMYDIA, TREATMENT, CAUSES, SYMPTOMS, PREVENTIVE METHODS.
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Chlamydia Chlamydia is one of the most common and potentially dangerous sexually transmitted infections (STIs). It comes in many forms, which can also cause Chlamydial conjunctivitis, a leading cause of blindness that is also the easiest to cure with prompt antibiotic treatment. This infection is transmitted during unprotected sexual intercourse or by transmission from mother to child during childbirth. The pathogen of this infection is known as Chlamydia trachomatis.
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Chlamydia is a viral disease that seriously harms human health as a low-cost killer like AIDS. Chlamydia disease exists in different forms. Thus, some types can induce lung infections leading to pneumonia.
In most cases, this disease is not detected by those affected. A few symptoms may be present. These include in women stomach pain, pain during intercourse, frequent urination, vaginal bleeding or discharge. Men may also experience discomfort when urinating or a frequent urge to urinate. Additionally, men may notice that their testicles are swollen or red, or that there is discharge from the penis.
General information about chlamydia
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Chlamydia is the most common sexually transmitted infection (STI) in Europe. The majority of infected people have no symptoms and are often unaware that they are affected by this STI: this is why Chlamydia is considered a "silent disease".
Any sexually active person can therefore unknowingly carry an STI and infect their partner. However, some symptoms may appear a few weeks after infection. These symptoms are developed as follows:
Chlamydia symptoms in women
MANIFESTATION OF CHLAMYDIA IN WOMEN
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Very often the following symptoms are observed in women:
Burning sensations when urinating,
Unusual and sometimes smelly vaginal discharge
Bleeding between periods or after intercourse
pain during sex,
Abnormal discharge from the anus.
For women, untreated Chlamydia can cause pelvic inflammatory disease, the fallopian tubes can scar, and the uterus or ovaries can become infected. Failure to treat can lead to infertility. In pregnant women, this disease carries risks for the newborn, who can be born with congenital anomalies or can lead to miscarriage or premature labour. In addition, the newborn can contract conjunctivitis after passing through the birth canal, which can lead to blindness.
CAUSES OF CHLAMYDIA
This STI is caused by a pathogenic bacteria known as Chlamydia trachomatis which lodges in the cervix and travels up the urethra or even the rectum.
What is the Mode of Transmission?
Chlamydia is usually transmitted during unprotected sexual intercourse, whether vaginal, anal or oral. More rarely, Chlamydia can be transmitted from mother to newborn during natural childbirth, if the mother is a carrier of the bacteria or is infected.
It turns out that young people aged 15 to 24 are the main victims and particularly young women who represent 38% of all diagnoses of Chlamydia infections. "Among those under 25, this high prevalence would be the consequence of a larger number of partners coupled with non-systematic use of condoms", specifies the survey.
In addition, Île-de-France and Guadeloupe are the most affected regions.
How to prevent chlamydia disease?
The first line of defence is prevention, as many people carry the disease and are unaware of the potential danger it poses to others.
The CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL (CDC) estimates that the disease is contracted by approximately 4 million people each year in the United States alone. Their recommendation is not to have casual sex, but also to engage in sex only with a long-time monogamous partner. Even with a monogamous partner, it is still important to use protection like a male or female condom. However, if this is not used during oral sex or foreplay, chlamydia and other STDs can still be transmitted.
If one is planning to start a new relationship with someone, it is highly recommended that each partner be tested for STDs, including HIV.
The chlamydia test involves the analysis of cells from the penis or vagina, usually very few cells. In addition, the doctor will perform a complete gynaecological examination on the woman. The man's penis and anus will be examined for signs of STDS. Although this process appears to be involved, it may well prevent a person from contracting this very serious disease and help avoid childbearing difficulties later in life.