Clamedix

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Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) caused by the bacteria called Chlamydia trachomatis. It is the most common STI in developed countries. It is spread through unprotected vaginal, anal or oral sex with an infected person. It can also be passed from mother to baby at the time of birth.

 

 

 

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Chlamydia is the most common sexually transmitted infection (STI) in North America and Europe. It is caused by the bacteria Chlamydia trachomatis. This STI is more and more frequent and the number of cases has been increasing over the past fifteen years. In Canada, more than 65,000 cases were reported in 2006. In 3/4 of cases, this STI affects, in ¾ of cases, adolescents and young adults aged 15 to 24 years. In France, 1.4% of men and 1.6% of women aged 18 to 44 have it.

This infection is difficult to diagnose because the majority of infected people have no symptoms and therefore do not seek medical attention. People infected with gonococcus, the bacterium that causes gonorrhea, are often infected with chlamydia as well. This is why screening for these two diseases should be done systematically.

Although the infection is easy to treat, it can lead to serious health problems if it is not caught and treated early.

Causes
Chlamydia is spread through unprotected oral, anal, or vaginal sex, the exchange of sex toys, the exchange of body fluids, and contact with mucous membranes. It is rarely transmitted by cunnilingus.

Chlamydia can also be passed to a newborn baby from an infected mother during childbirth.

Possible complications

In women, untreated chlamydia can spread from the vagina to the uterus, and sometimes to the tubes. It then causes inflammatory infectious pelvic disease. It can then lead to infertility, increase the risk of ectopic pregnancies and be responsible for chronic pelvic pain.

In men, chlamydia can cause inflammation of the prostate (infectious prostatitis) or testes (orchi-epididymitis), which can lead to infertility.

In rarer cases, the infection spreads to the joints through the bloodstream, causing inflammation in both sexes. This is the Fiessinger-Leroy-Reiter syndrome.

Chlamydia infection increases the risk of transmitting HIV. When a newborn baby is infected by its mother during childbirth, it may later develop an infection of the lungs (pneumonia) or eyes (conjunctivitis).

When to consult?
If you have had unsafe, unprotected sex, you should see your doctor for screening tests.

Chlamydia is often referred to as a “silent disease” because more than 50% of infected men and 70% of women have no symptoms and are unaware that they have it. Symptoms usually appear after a few weeks, but may take even longer to appear.

Symptoms of chlamydia

Chlamydia is often referred to as the “silent disease” because more than 50% of infected men and 70% of women have no symptoms and are unaware that they have the disease. Symptoms usually appear after a few weeks, but may take even longer to appear.

In women
Most often, no sign;
Burning sensation when urinating;
Unusual vaginal discharge;
Bleeding between periods, or during or after sex;
Pain during sex;
Lower abdominal pain or lower back pain;
Proctitis (inflammation of the wall of the rectum);
Abnormal discharge from the anus.

In humans
Sometimes no sign;
Tingling, itching in the urethra (duct at the outlet of the bladder which opens at the end of the penis);
Abnormal discharge from urethra, rather clear and somewhat milky;
Burning when urinating;
Pain and sometimes swelling in the testicles, in some cases;
Proctitis (inflammation of the wall of the rectum);
Abnormal discharge from the anus.
In the newborn child to whom the mother transmits chlamidiae
Eye infection with redness and discharge there;
Infection of the lungs which can cause coughing, difficult breathing and fever.

Risk factors

Having more than one sexual partner;
Having a partner who has other sexual partners;
Do not use a condom;
Have contracted an STI in the past.
Be between 15 and 29 years old.
Being HIV positive
Have a surrogate mother for chlamidia (for an unborn child).

Basic preventive measures

Using condoms helps prevent the transmission of chlamydia during anal or vaginal sex. Condoms or dental dams can also be used as a means of protection during oral sex.

Screening measures

Screening is done when you have had unsafe sex or a new partner.
Screening should be done systematically in all people passing through an anonymous and free screening center (even if these people come for HIV screening), planning centers, orthogenetic centers. In these places, 10% of people screened are positive for chlamidiae. Some doctors recommend screening all pregnant women under 25 as well.

Regular screening allows prompt treatment and prevents transmission of infection to new partners. With a positive result, it is important to tell anyone you have had sex with who may have been exposed. She will need to be tested and treated immediately if infected. This is extremely important because this infection is not immune and can be caught several times in a row. However, in 84% of cases, a person who undergoes a new contamination was it by the same person as the first time!

Both men and women can be detected for chlamydia with a simple test.

The first urine sample is taken from a man, and from a woman, the first urine sample is taken, or a vulvovaginal self-collection is performed.
Other samples are possible, from the opening of the urethra, the cervix (with a pelvic examination) as well as self-samples from the rectum, or a sample from the throat.

Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) caused by the bacteria called Chlamydia trachomatis. It is the most common STI in developed countries. It is spread through unprotected vaginal, anal or oral sex with an infected person. It can also be passed from mother to baby at the time of birth.

Symptoms are usually absent, so a person can be infected without knowing it. When symptoms are present, they usually appear 2 to 5 weeks after transmission:

heavy vaginal discharge, vaginal bleeding between periods and especially after sex in women
discharge from the anus or penis, pain or inflammation of the testicles in men
tingling or burning sensation when urinating
pain during sex
In newborns who are infected with the bacteria, the following symptoms may be noted:

eye infection: eye redness and discharge
lung infection: cough, wheezing, fever

What results can we expect from a chlamydia test?

In women, the exam is a pelvic exam during which the doctor or nurse examines the cervix and takes a sample of the secretions with a cotton swab. A vulvovaginal self-harvest is also possible.

In men, the exam consists of a urethral swab (the urethra is the outlet for urine). The presence of Chlamydia DNA is then tested (by PCR).

The examination can also be performed on a urine sample, in both men and women (a little less sensitive, however, than the vulvovaginal or urethral sample). To do this, simply urinate in a container provided for this purpose provided by the medical staff.

It is recommended that you refrain from urinating two hours before the exam.

What results can you expect from a test for chlamydia?

If the results are positive, antibiotics will help treat the infection.

In order to avoid complications (infertility, chronic infection of the prostate, chronic pain in the lower abdomen or ectopic pregnancy, in the fallopian tubes), it is preferable to seek treatment as quickly as possible. Note that the affected person as well as his sexual partner must be treated.

The best protection against this infection is using a condom during sex.

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