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Chlamydia, a Sexual Transmitted Disease
Chlamydia is known as one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases that exist today. A reason to differ is that many people don't even have a clue that they have it because usually Chlamydia has no symptoms. Up to eighty-five percent women and forty percent men who have Chlamydia has no indication about the bacterial infection. When symptoms do occur, they may begin as short as five to ten days. Women experience bleeding between menstrual cycles, vaginal bleeding after intercourse, abdominal pain, painful intercourse, fevers or headaches, painful urination, the urge to urinate more than usual, inflammation pf the cervix, or MucoPurulent Cervicitis (MPC), a milky or yellowish substance from the cervix that has a foul odor. For men, it is watery pus or some kind of milky discharge (stuff) from the penis, pain or burning feeling while urinating, itching in the genital area, and swollen aching testicles. It is caused by a pathogen called Chlamydia Trachomatis.…
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