November 22, 2018 BY ivf

Can Chlamydia Be The Reason To Infertility?

Chlamydia is explained as a sexually transmitted infection that can be passed through an infected partner. It is caused by bacteria named as Chlamydia trachomatis.  Chlamydia is basically found in semen and vaginal fluids.

Symptoms of Chlamydia-:

For Men-:

  • Pain and burning when urinating
  • Pain or swelling in the testicles
  • Pain, discharge and bleeding in the anus
  • A white cloudy discharge from the penis.

For women-:

  • Pain in the lower abdomen
  • Heavier periods
  • Bleeding after sex
  • Pain, discharge and bleeding in the anus
  • An increase in vaginal discharge
  • Burning when urinating

For both sexes-:

Inflammation of the eye caused by an infected semen.

Causes of Chlamydia-:

  • When you share sex toys with others without washing
  • Having sex with infected semen partner
  • During your pregnancy period ,if you experience Chlamydia, then it will be affected your unborn baby
  • When you have sex without precautions such as without condoms

Is Chlamydia being the reason for HIV?

In Numerous STI, if a person encounters Chlamydia, it can prompt HIV. If you are experiencing HIV and Chlamydia both at one time, then it will be harmful to your immune system

Is testing mandatory for Chlamydia?

Indeed, Chlamydia test is mandatory for both sexes. A few specialists prescribe you to give the sample of your urine in order to test the Chlamydia.

In men, the swab is taken from the tip of the penis. However, in women, it may be taken from the lower part of the womb.

Complications of Chlamydia-:

In Men-:

  • Prostatitis-: Infection of the prostate gland, because of this issue you might feel pain during sex. You might encounter fever, painful urination, and lower back pain.
  • Epididymitis-: Infection of the tubes which are responsible to carry sperm to the testicles. In this case, you may encounter swelling, fever, and scrotal pain.
  • Urethritis-: Inflammation of the urethra. It is a tube which is capable to carry urine from your bladder.

In Women-:

  • Bartholinitis-: Swollen Bartholin’s gland, it is a gland which produces woman’s lubricating mucus to become blocked and infected yet it can be treated with antibiotics.
  • Cervicitis-: Inflammation to the lower part of the womb.
  • Pelvic Inflammatory disease(PID)-: Infection in the uterus, ovaries, and Fallopian tubes which can prompt fever and pelvic pain.