What is Chlamydia?

Chlamydia is a common STD that can be found in Men, Women, and Infants. The STD can be transfered by sexual activity. The body system that is affected by chlamydia are The Reproductive system.

How does the body system work without Chlamydia?

The body system works normally when there is no pain urination.

what's the target population in chlamydia?

75% of chlamydia in women and 50% of men have symptoms of Chlamydia. The adolescents have to worry about chlamydia, the ages in adolescents are 15-19 in both men and women who receive chlamydia.

How does this conditions arise?

This condition can be genetic in children if the women has chlamydia and has not been treated while pregnant. This condition also arises by sexual contact.

how is Chlamydia Diagnosed?

Chlamydia can be diagnosed by a screening or a urine test.

Sign or symptoms of Chlamydia

  • Burning while urinating.
  • Symptoms of chlamydia are similar to those that have gonorrhea.
  • in women it may result into inflammation of the cervix or vagina.


One way chlamydia can be treated is a over-the-counter drug named Zithromax a type of antibiotic. more over-the-counter drugs are Amoxicillin, Azithromycin, Doxycycline, Erythromycin, Levofloxacin, Ofloxacin.

Prognosis for chlamydia

Chlamydia can cause serious damage to the reproductive system.

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