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This contrasts curiously with rates of chlamydia infections, which appear to have increased over the same time period (Saewyc et al.
It is conceivable that married Chinese men, in particular, may acquire Chlamydia infections from abroad.
Two rectal chlamydia infections or two rectal gonorrhea infections in the past year inflated the risk of HIV seroconversion nearly 9 times (hazard ratio [HR] 8.
The major sequelae of chlamydia infection in women is ascending infection leading to PID, ectopic pregnancy and infertility (Barrett 2005).
His major research interests are diagnostics and epidemiology of Chlamydia infections and the development of molecular methods for detecting different bacteria and viruses.
It is easily treated with antibiotics if detected early enough, but if undetected and left untreated, Chlamydia infection can lead to more serious health problems, such as damage to the fallopian tubes, which can lead to infertility or ectopic pregnancy.
Also know that your risk for chlamydia infection increases with the more sexual partners you have.
This study indicates that the black and white populations attending family planning clinics have different predictors for and rates of gonorrhea and chlamydia infections.
In high-risk populations, persons diagnosed with gonorrhea are routinely treated for chlamydia infection at the same time.
Chlamydia infections can also lead to pain in the lower abdomen that is often mistaken for some other problem rather than pelvic infection.
Experts are very concerned at a rise in the number of chlamydia infections, which can lead to infertility.
Health experts are very concerned at a rise in the number of chlamydia infections, which can lead to infertility.
High sensitivity, urine-based testing may prove a valuable time and cost-saving tool in facilitating widespread testing programs with the objective of identifying chlamydia infections before complications set in.
Moreover, gonorrhea and chlamydia infections, both of which can induce inflammation of the cervix, seem to hike the chance of HPV infections progressing to cervical cancer.
Chlamydia infections are particularly worrying because they produce few symptoms in either sex but may cause infertility.