sex therapy chlamydia male infection with discharge from penis

Chlamydia infection in male with penis discharge. courtesy wiki

sex therapy Chlamydia infection in female with discharge from cervix, redness and swelling

Chlamydia infection in female with cervical discharge and redness. courtesy wiki



Chlamydia is one of the most commonly reported bacterial sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). it is caused by the Chlamydia trachomatis bacterium, which may infect the urethra and rectum in both sexes and the cervix in women. Occasionally chlamydia can also affect other parts of the body, including the throat, lungs, liver and eyes. it is most common bacterial Sexually transmitted infection in humans.

Chlamydia symptoms and signs

Chlamydia symptoms usually appear between 1 and 3 weeks after exposure but may not emerge until much later. Chlamydia is known as the ‘silent’ disease as in many people it produces no symptoms. it is estimated that 70-75% of women infected with chlamydia are asymptomatic (have no symptoms) and a significant proportion of men also have no symptoms. Those who do have symptoms of chlamydia may experience:


Men are more likely to notice chlamydia symptoms than women, though they too may be asymptomatic.

A white/cloudy and watery discharge from the penis that may stain underwear.

A burning sensation and/or pain when passing urine.

A painful swelling and irritation in the eyes (if they become infected).


A minor increase in vaginal discharge caused by an inflamed cervix.

Cystitis (an inflammation of the lining of the bladder).

Need to urinate more frequently, or pain whilst passing urine.

Pain during sexual intercourse or bleeding after sex.

Mild lower abdominal pains.

irregular menstrual bleeding.

Painful swelling and irritation in the eyes (if they become infected)

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