Chlamydia - Prevention & Curing Protocol
Bacteria Chlamydia is a widespread venereal bacteria ... name: Chlamydia trachomatis.
It is believed that 3 to 10 million sexually active teenagers have come in contact with this bacteria.
It is not known how many adults have Chlamydia. Most people who come in contact with this bacteria have no symptoms.
abnormal discharge - abnormal secretion of sexual organs
pain during urination
Fifty percent of infected women, and twenty-five percent of infected men, may not experience any symptoms.
Chlamydia in women can cause pelvic inflammatory disease and thus potential infertility, inflamed rectum (proctitis), and inflammation of the lining of the eye (conjunctivitis).
Laboratory tests can confirm presence of chlamydial infection and distinguish it from gonorrhea, another common and often accompanying STD.
Chlamydia is the leading sexually transmitted disease (STD) in the United States today, with an estimated 4 million new cases occurring each year.
A pregnant woman may pass the infection to her newborn during delivery. Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), a serious complication of chlamydial infection, has emerged as a major cause of infertility of women of childbearing age. The annual cost of chlamydial infections and their sequelae is estimated to exceed $2 billion.
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