Yes, males and females use the same treatment for chlamydia.
Both sexes can get it.Both men and women can transmit the chlamydia bacteria.Both females and males can have chlamydia.
The cells of males and females can be infected with chlamydia
Doxycycline and azithromycin are the preferred treatments for chlamydia in males and females.
Syphilis has the same effects in men and women. Chlamydia has different effects in males and females. Females are less likely to get symptoms than males, and can experience pelvic inflammatory disease. Men can experience prostatitis, epididymitis, and orchitis from chlamydia.
Chlamydia is active in males and females in the same way. It infects the mucous membranes and reproduces inside the host cell.
Both females and males may have dysuria (painful urination) or abnormal discharge from chlamydia or gonorrhea. Both men and women may have no symptoms from these infections.
Studies suggest that while reported rates of chlamydia are higher in females than in males, case rates in the general population are probably equal. Reported rates are higher because routine screening of females is more likely than screening of males. See related link for references.
While reported cases are higher in females than in males, studies in the general population suggest that males and females are equally likely to be infected with chlamydia. Because routine screening of males is not common in general health care practices, their infections may go undetected more often. See related links for references.
Females and males get the same treatment for chlamydia. The first choice treatments are one gram of azithromycin, or doxycycline 100 mg twice daily for seven days.
That is correct. Of all carriers; approximately 80-90% of females with chlamydia and 80% of females with gonorrhea have no symptoms (see related link) and approximately 50% of men.
Yes, that's possible. 80-90% of females and many males have no symptoms of chlamydia.
Both males and females can have chlamydia. The most common age group to be infected is 15 to 25 years old.
Both men and women can be infected with and transmit chlamydia. It doesn't just originate in one gender or the other.
Chlamydia doesn't affect everyone, but it's very common. In females, 50% will have had chlamydia by the time they're 30. The rates are likely the same in males.
Both males and females can take doxycycline for chlamydia. Talk to your health care provider to find out if it's safe for you to take given your medical history.
No, not all males get chlamydia.
Estimates are around 80% to 90% of females and half of males have chlamydia without having symptoms.
Chlamydia is without symptoms in 80 to 90% of infected females, and in many infected males.
About half of males with chlamydia get symptoms.
Yes, chlamydia is easily transmitted to males.
Males do not always have discharge with chlamydia. About 10% of men with chlamydia have no symptoms at all.
Yes you can still spread chlamydia if you have no symptoms and still have the bacteria in your body. Most females (80-90%) and many males with chlamydia have no symptoms. You can still get chlamydia from someone without symptoms. For this reason, regular screening is important.
Chlamydia doesn't originate in either gender, but is an infectious disease passed from one person to another. Men and women are infected in equal numbers.