Chlamydia: Learn About Symptoms, Treatment, Prevention, and More
According to the CDC, Chlamydia is the most commonly reported STD in the United States. It is estimated that there are approximately 2.8 million new cases of chlamydia in the United States each year. However, the majority of people with chlamydial infection have no signs or symptoms and therefore don't know they have the disease. Undiagnosed cases of Chlamydia can cause serious problems in women, such as infertility and infections in newborn babies of infected mothers. This guide will acquaint you with pertinent information regarding Chlamydia, by addressing the following topics: * What is Chlamydia? * How Common is Chlamydia? * How Do People Get Chlamydia? * What Are the Symptoms of Chlamydia? * How is Chlamydia Diagnosed and Treated? * Who Should Get Tested for Chlamydia? * How Can Chlamydia Be Prevented? * What Should I Do if I Have Chlamydia? Take advantage of this information now and learn to protect yourself and those you care about.