The First Chlamydia Vaccine Can Pave the Way for More Effective STI Preventive Methods

A vaccine developed to prevent chlamydia infections has successfully completed its first testing phase.  For the last year, the production of the chlamydia vaccine was a top priority. But the intricate pathogen has made progress and development incredibly difficult and challenging. Based on the recent report, the primary trial phase has shown favorable results.   … Read more The First Chlamydia Vaccine Can Pave the Way for More Effective STI Preventive Methods

How Can You Tell If a Man Has Chlamydia?

In 2017, more than 577,000 men had chlamydia, that is 33.9% more than all infected in 2013. From 2016 to 2017, the number of infected increased by 10.5% and is only expected to grow every year. That’s exactly what makes this STI infection one of the most common and prevalent infections on the globe. But, … Read more How Can You Tell If a Man Has Chlamydia?

How Do You Know If You Have Chlamydia For A Girl?

Chlamydia is one of the most common sexually transmitted disease (STD) in the United States. The Chlamydia Trachomatis bacterial agent is responsible for genital tract infections. Chlamydia infections are transmitted from one person to another by close personal contact, namely, sexual contact. In pregnancy, the STD can also be passed onto your child through birth … Read more How Do You Know If You Have Chlamydia For A Girl?

Chlamydia treatment

Treating Chlamydia can be easy when you are proactive about the disease and adhere to a doctor-recommended management plan. Bearing in mind, it is crucial to get informed about Chlamydia (symptoms with pictures) and learn how it is treated, we are going to walk you through the process and show what to expect if you’re … Read more Chlamydia treatment

Chlamydia symptoms with pictures

Chlamydia has been a global problem for most of the population for many years now. It’s an extremely prevalent bacterial infection that can be transmitted through sexual contact. It’s so common that the number of infected is estimated at 2.86 million people every year. This sexually transmitted infection is present in 2.7% of men and … Read more Chlamydia symptoms with pictures

Chlamydia in the anus – rectal chlamydia

Chlamydia is one of the easily contracted infections in the UK and Europe. A large number of people within the age bracket of 15 to 24 years are infected with the disease. Chlamydia is transmitted mostly through sexual relations, whether it is vaginal, anal, or oral. Chlamydia in the rectum, which is infected through anal … Read more Chlamydia in the anus – rectal chlamydia

Chlamydia in epididymis

Chlamydia is one of the most reported cases of sexually transmitted infections. In Europe, between the ages of 14 and 24, there are about 1000 cases of Chlamydia in 200,000 people. And the thing about this infection is that its symptoms are not easily noticeable unless there is an early diagnosis. This implies that a … Read more Chlamydia in epididymis

Chlamydia and Infertility

Chlamydia is a major cause of infertility worldwide. Since the disease often causes no clear symptoms, it makes diagnosis rather difficult. In fact, many of the infected individuals do not even know that they have chlamydia. If chlamydia is not treated and is allowed to evolve, the bacteria might cause great damage to the reproductive systems for men and women. In such … Read more Chlamydia and Infertility

Chlamydia Infection

Chlamydia is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). It is caused by the bacterium Chlamydia trachomatis. Chlamydia infection does not always cause symptoms.  A very high number (up to 60-80%) of the infected persons are unaware of it. It is a very serious infection, and may result in infertility. More: Chlamydia bacteria Transmission The main route of … Read more Chlamydia Infection

Chlamydia: Prevention of Infection

Chlamydia is one of the most common STDs, especially among teenagers and young adults age 15-25 years. The disease is caused by an infection with chlamydia bacterium. It adheres to the mucous membranes, usually on the inner surfaces of the genitals. Consequently, it is transmitted through sexual contact, and one single touch between the genitals is enough … Read more Chlamydia: Prevention of Infection