Diseases and their treatment

Chlamydia - Symptoms and Treatment

Today, in modern society there is little catechumens for society disease called chlamydia.

What is this dangerous disease called chlamydia?

The dawn of the 21st century medicine all over the world makes giant steps in terms of development, developed countless new high-quality and professional treatment and diagnosis of the heaviest in its course of the disease.

Chlamydia is no exception, the complexity of that unit class of this disease is complex, it is filled with the ratio of bacteria and viruses, which greatly complicates the process.

In the entire history of medicine classification of chlamydia (Chlamydia bacteria cause) does not grow more than two species, one of which is an infectious disease that primarily affects animals, but in humans can cause a disease called psittacosis under.

A second type of bacteria is specifically dedicated name- Chlamydia trachomatis.

These bacteria have different characteristics, that is, doctors distinguish between a little more than a dozen (15) varieties of

the above mentioned bacteria, which in turn can cause diseases of various kinds, including urogenital chlamydia, which causes devastating damage to the urinary system, adversely connect with othersbacteria and conducting joint attack.These bacteria tend to be transmitted sexually.

Symptoms of chlamydia

Symptoms of the disease is not as pronounced as we would like representatives of the medicine.The man was infected with bacteria of the disease up to three weeks can not feel and do not see the obvious manifestations of the disease.Later chlamydia enters active stage and shows apathy of the body, in the act of urinating may draw attention to the fact that the urine has a glassy tone, it is also possible sticking of urethra lips, partial congestion in the area of ​​the penis.

chlamydia problem is that the disease tends to go with an open phase (severe symptoms) in a closed (no symptoms), which may further adversely affect the human reproductive system.Particular attention to the symptoms of this process is to draw men, because chlamydia can cause irreparable damage to the prostate men, which would entail a further consequences, up to infertility.

If chlamydia are located on the walls of the urethra, it is possible to acquire a disease called hemorrhagic cystitis.Also, if time does not seek professional help because of the impact of chlamydia on the urethra in humans may be deformed (meaning narrowing) of the area of ​​the urinary system.

Effect of chlamydia women

The disease adversely affects the female body, the effects of the acquisition of the disease can cause a variety of other independent chain of diseases, such as ectopic pregnancy, postpartum endometritis.In pregnant women, the bacteria chlamydia cause significant harm to the whole process, and it is likely to get a lot of complications, including miscarriage.

How to treat chlamydia?

The disease is difficult treatable, but still really succeed.In the treatment of used antibacterial, immunomodulatory drugs, prescribed vitamin complexes, is also important in the course of treatment to give up sex life, be sure to observe a number of rules, including self catering, sleep, avoiding alcohol and tobacco.
Remember that in this disease treatment are both partners, passed after the treatment, the couple rents test samples as a result of which the evaluation of treatment effectiveness.

Prevention of chlamydia

important to understand that maintaining a healthy lifestyle, respect for work and rest, good nutrition, all these aspects play a much important role in the prevention of not only chlamydia, but also many other diseases.
In the circle of health workers, there is true, correct in its structure and carrying profound meaning phrase better profilaktirovat disease than to treat it.

Observe hygiene body, stick to regular sexual partner, use of contraception, and only then you will significantly reduce the risk of infection from this disease.

If you notice any symptoms immediately seek diagnosis to the medical staff, not negligent attitude towards their health.

author of the publication: Margarita Ignatova