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Diagnosis and treatment of urogenital chlamydiosis

Urogenital chlamydiosis is an infectious disease that spreads through sexual contact. More common than gonorrhea and syphilis.

Signs of the disease

Most patients with urogenital chlamydia occurs without pronounced symptoms. Data minor signs largely differ in terms about urogenital infections. For this disease include the following symptoms:

  • Frequent and painful urination.
  • Itching.
  • Aching pain in the abdomen.
  • The secreted mucus, sometimes with pus, from the urethra in men.
  • The mucous purulent discharge from the cervical canal in women.
  • The appearance of follicles on the cervix.

Features of urogenital chlamydia trachomatis

Feature of the disease is that it affects the demographic indicator, because in addition to considerable complications of the urogenital chlamydia contributes to both female and male infertility.

The most common pathologies associated with this disease include:

  1. Negonokokkovi urethritis in men.
  2. Chronic diseases of pelvic organs in women.
  3. Chronic prostatitis.
  4. Acute epididymitis.
  5. Tubal infertility and ectopic pregnancy.
  6. Frequent miscarriages.
  7. Infection of the fetus.
  8. Infection of the newborn.
  9. The appearance of conjunctivitis and pneumonia in newborns.

мочеполовой хламидиоз

Probiotics assigns attending physician based on the degree of violation of the biocenosis of the intestine and vagina. Do not expect fast healing, as the dynamics will start only by 4 weeks of therapy. According to doctors, chlamydia is treated faster, and acquired as a result of this dysbiosis much longer.

For the successful treatment of urogenital chlamydiosis is necessary that both partners were therapeutic activities even in case if one of the couple of this disease is not detected.

At the time of treatment is not sexually active.

After the course of treatment was completed within 1-2 months the person needs to be tested regularly. When the tests prove the absence of chlamydia, you can consider yourself healthy.

Before treatment should warn the patient that at present, a lot of unscrupulous doctors who can prescribe treatment for profit, not caring about the consequences of such a complex and dangerous therapy. In the end, in addition to its primary disease of the person is acquired due to improper treatment of drug hepatitis, dysbiosis, and toxic and allergic disorders.

The treatment of the disease in children

As often infection-prone young children, treating their proceeds in the following approximate scheme: assignerythromycin or its derivatives rate of up to 2 weeks.

Another option is treatment with azithromycin, which is currently used more often.

If a pregnant woman infected with chlamydia with uncomplicated, the treatment is either erythromycin or amoxicillin. Along with this treatment may be immunotherapy.

For early detection of the disease the prognosis is favorable. But if the disease for a long time is asymptomatic and was detected at later stages, there may be complications in the form of chronic inflammatory processes of pelvic organs.


Like other infection, chlamydia is easier to prevent than later to resort to dlitelnosti. It needs to comply with security measures that are related to any STI. Namely:

  1. To have a permanent sexual partner.
  2. To protect themselves by using condoms.
  3. With caution visit public baths and pools.
  4. To have your own towel, etc.
  5. Observe the rules of personal hygiene.

Moreover, both women and men need to undergo regular medical check-up.