Chlamydia

Chlamydia infection is in the “top” of sexually transmitted infections, being most prevalent among sexually active adults, aged between 20 and 30 years. This infection can be easily transmitted intrauterine from mother to child, with important consequences on the health of the baby. Most often, Chlamydia occurs in younger men and women, with age between from 16 to 25 years old.

If other STIs are manifesting themselves one way or another, Chlamydia infection is known to be a “silent” infection. Around 70% of infected woman and about 40% of infected men will not present any symptoms at all if the infection is present in their body. In case you have been diagnosed with Chlamydia you can purchase the treatment at our online pharmacy.

What causes Chlamydia?

Chlamydia is a bacterial infection caused by a bacterium called Chlamydia trachomatis. This infection affects pelvic area but other areas as well, such as the throat or the eyes. This bacterium has intracellular life, being found inside the vagina or the penis, but also in the fluids of the infected individuals.

Unprotected sex, multiple partners, not keeping a proper hygiene of your sex toys, can also lead to this bacterial infection.

What are the Chlamydia symptoms?

As we mentioned before, Chlamydia is a “silent” infection. It can take months or even years until their firs symptoms, so it is important to initiate a medical examination. Also, you can test yourself in order to find out if you suffer from this disease.

However, there are a few signs for you to pay attention at, in order to discover this disease. If you are a men you might feel a moderate irritation on the head of your penis or a penile discharge.

If you are a woman, then you should know Chlamydia often lead to cystitis. Or you can experience some pain in the lower side of your abdomen. These symptoms are present in other conditions too, so the safest way to diagnosed yourself with Chlamydia is to perform the test.

What happens in case Chlamydia is not treated?

If left untreated Chlamydia can spread to different parts of your body and lead to other complications. If chlamydia spreads to the eyes, it can cause eye infections and even blindness. In women, the infection can spread to the fallopian tubes and to the uterus. Infection on these areas of the body can lead to infertility or to an ectopic pregnancy (a pregnancy that occurs outside the uterus).

If an infected mother transmits infection to her baby, it can cause pneumonia or eye infection, leading in worst cases to blindness. In men, chlamydia can spread to the testicles and prostate. This can generate swelling of the glans, painful urination and fever.
In some cases chlamydia can be accompanied by gonorrhoea.

What chlamydia treatments are available?

Chlamydia is treated with antibiotics. These antibiotics are usually administered in pill form. It is important to notify your sexual partner so he can be treated as well. Also, specify in your online consultation if you have any allergies to antibiotics and if there is any chance for you to be pregnant.

Do not have any sexual contact with your partner until you finish the antibiotic treatment. If you develop a fever or stomach pain tell your medical adviser immediately. The most used treatment for Chlamydia is Azitromycin.

The treatment will last five days, and you can opt in either for 500mg dose once a day, or 250mg dose twice a day.

Can I buy chlamydia treatments online?

Of course you can, after carefully completing our online consultation. One of our doctors will review your medical situation and prescribe you the best chlamydia treatment suitable for you. Because we care about your health, your medication will be sent to you right away via free overnight delivery.

Chlamydia treatment:

Azithromycin

Doxycycline