Chlamydia is the most widespread disease transmitted basically during sex. It is caused by microorganism Chlamydia trachomatis. Microorganisms are penetrated into cells and live there, leading to inflammation. Not all antibiotics are active against them.
Chlamydia is transmitted during vaginal, anal, or oral sexual contacts, and also at simple touching of the genital area. You cannot catch this disease using shared towel, toilet seats, doorknob, or in a bath, and etc.
Chlamydia is insidious disease as very often it does not have any symptom. According to statisticians, this disease is symptomless in half of sick men and in two thirds of sick women. Thus causative agents continue to live in the organism, periodically resulting in slight inflammation. Women may have adhesions or blocked fallopian pipes, and, accordingly, infertility.
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You’ve just finished making love, and you’re in that pleasant dream-like state when you go to the bathroom and discover that you are bleeding. Nothing can bring you back to reality faster than vaginal bleeding after sex. Post-coital bleeding can occur for a number of reasons, and is nothing to take lightly. Here’s a look at the top 10 causes of vaginal bleeding after sex:
1. Cervical dysplasia: Cervical dysplasia is precancerous changes of the epithelial cells that line the cervix. Risk increases with multiple sexual partners, sex before age 18, childbirth before age 16, or a past history of STDs. Treatment is usually cryosurgery or conisation.
2. Chlamydia: A bacterial infection that is usually transmitted through sexual activity or contact with semen, vaginal fluid, or blood.
3. Gonorrhea: A usually sexually transmitted disease caused by a bacteria. Several pharmaceutical treatments are available.
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