Some infections may not be felt for years, gradually multiplying in the cells of the body and causing serious complications.One of them - chlamydia.Thus, according to a study in the United States about 90% of the adult population have the disease, but only a few know about it.
Chlamydia - a contagious disease transmitted sexually, the causative agent of which are hlamidii- pathogenic intracellular bacteria that during the primary infection hit the main barrier cells of the body systems.Chlamydia as viruses, have the ability to exit the cell without destroying it, which enables moderate often asymptomatic infection.
Among the complications arising in women should be noted:
in the case of activation hlamidinoy infection during pregnancy there is a threat:
In addition, if a woman has chlamydia, becomes pregnant and gives birth, her baby will be infected with chlamydia.Infants in utero infected with chlamydia also raises a number of serious complications:
In men, chlamydia infection also provokes a number of seriousdiseases:
in addition, chlamydia can trigger a number of common complications such as
Moved chlamydial infection does not produce proof of immunity, once treated chlamydia does not guarantee against re-infection, so in case of change of sexual partner, it is desirable to be tested for the presence of this infection.Also provides easier Chlamydia infection with HIV, when held with a carrier of the virus.
Although such serious complications, it is worth remembering that chlamydia is almost not dangerous if treated promptly it started.Therefore, regular monitoring for the presence of infections will allow to take timely measures to eliminate it.
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