According to the CDC, more people in America contact Chlamydia than any other sexually transmitted disease. Over 4 million new cases are diagnosed yearly.
Nearly 20% of teenagers in the United States are known to have contracted it. But these figures do not include the large numbers that are not reported. Nearly 10% of men and 70% of women who have Chlamydia-have no symptoms. So one can expect that the total number having, and sharing, this highly contagious disease is vast indeed.
But, whether recognized or not, the effects of Chlamydia are serious. About 30% of the women become sterile; and pelvic inflammatory disease and other reproductive problems can, and do, result. In young women, the disease can also produce a form of arthritis.
In men, prostate infection and seminal vesicle inflammation may later occur. (Symptoms of prostatitis; include pain when urinating and a watery mucous urethral discharge.)
The disease is transmitted through the discharge produced by both men and women. If one spouse is treated for this, the other one must be also.
To delay treatment is to intensify the effects of the disease
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