Sex happens and sometimes you can't prevent it but most of the time you can prevent yourself from the STDs sex can bring out, in this brochure I will explain all about a commen STD known as Chlamydia.
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What is Chlamydia

Chlamydia is a specific type of bacteria that can spread to both sexes, it could be found in the cervix, urethra throat, or rectum. Chlamydia acts a lot like Gonorrhea it's similar in the way Gonorrhea spreads, its symptoms, and its long term consequences.

How is Chlamydia Spread

Chlamydia is transmitted or spread through sexual contact with the genitals, mouth, or anus of an infected partner. Ejaculation { the release of sperms } does not have to occur for Chlamydia to be transmitted or acquired.

What are the consequences of Chlamydia for females

The consequences of Chlamydia for Women could be:

  • Pelvic Inflammatory Disease { PID }

  • long term pain

  • infertility

  • possible death

Also the consequences can also affect a fetus by causing:

  • impossible pregnancy

  • ectopic pregnancy { pregnancy that occurs outside the womb}

  • passing infection to the baby

  • eye infection

  • pneumonia

Chlamydias effects on Men

Chlamydia can affect Men by:

  • can affect

  • sperm function

  • male fertility

  • inflammation in testicles+sperm conducting tubes

Symptoms in men and woman

Symptoms in Men are:

  • a discharge from their gentiles

  • a burning sensation when urinating

  • Pain and swelling in one or both testicles {although this is less common}

Symptoms in Women are:

  • an abnormal vaginal discharge

  • a burning sensation when urinating

Is it curable

Yes, Chlamydia can be cured by health care providers that will give you the right medication or treatment for Chlamydia.

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