Chlamydia most often causes no symptoms. In females, 80-90% have no signs or symptoms; in men, at least 50% are asymptomatic.
For the minority that does have symptoms, they may include vaginal or urethral discharge, painful urination, or pain in the scrotum. The discharge and urination may also be caused by gonorrhea, trichomoniasis, mycoplasma, and other non-sexually transmitted infections.
No, pre-cum can't be mistaken for chlamydia.Not to anyone who has been to medical school. Chlamydia is a pretty specific venereal disease with pretty distinct symptoms.
The symptoms of chlamydia and HPV are different, except that both may have no symptoms in most patients. Chlamydia doesn't affect HPV test results, and HPV doesn't affect chlamydia test results.
Chlamydia and yeast infection are different diseases caused by much different organisms. With chlamydia testing, a yeast infection will not be mistaken for chlamydia.
No, not everyone will get symptoms of chlamydia.
You can have symptoms the second time you get chlamydia.
About half of males with chlamydia get symptoms.
Chlamydia does that. This was taken from webmd.com: Chlamydia Symptoms Up to 90% of women and men with chlamydia do not have symptoms. The time between exposure to chlamydia and the start of symptoms
Chlamydia doesn't change your menstrual cycle, but it can cause irregular bleeding between periods or after sex that can be mistaken for menstrual bleeding. If you think you're at risk for chlamydia, see your health care provider regardless of symptoms.
Yes, chlamydia symptoms can appear suddenly.
Yes, half of men with chlamydia have no symptoms.
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 cause liver disease per se, but can cause symptoms around the liver. Sometimes if a woman has chlamydia-related PID, she can get inflammation around the liver, called FitzHugh Curtis syndrome. This can be mistaken for gallbladder disease.
Half of men and only 10-20% of women get symptoms of chlamydia.
Gonorrhea, chlamydia, and trichomoniasis can have very similar symptoms.
Chlamydia screening means testing for chlamydia in a person without symptoms.
You can have chlamydia and gonorrhea for years without having symptoms.
Most people with chlamydia have no signs and symptoms. For those who do, the duration of symptoms varies, and symptoms can come and go with or without treatment.
Most people with chlamydia have no symptoms, but in those with symptoms, they may have painful urination, which is the most common symptom of UTIs.
About half of males have symptoms of chlamydia. Half do not have symptoms and don't know they're infected unless they get tested.
Chlamydia can be mistaken for gonorrhea or trichomoniasis unless someone gets tested.
You can get chlamydia twice and have the same symptoms, or symptoms may be present once and absent the other time, or symptoms may be slightly different.
It's possible to develop symptoms after having chlamydia for a long time.
80-90% of women with chlamydia do not have any symptoms. (See related link).
80 to 90% of females who have chlamydia have no symptoms. (see related link)
No, most people have no symptoms for chlamydia. Among women, 80-90% don't get symptoms, and about half of men can have it without symptoms.