Chlamydia is one of the most frequently diagnosed STDs in Europe. From the beginning of 1990s, there is a significant rise in number of recorded cases of chlamydia. The disease is most often diagnosed in young, sexually-active women. Statistically, the biggest number of infections is recorded between 20 and 30 years of age. Chlamydia trachomatis infection may remain unnoticed by the affected person, because 75% of patients do not experience any symptoms.
Chlamydia is especially dangerous in case of pregnant women, that is why it is recommended to undergo carrier tests. Chlamydia in pregnant women is dangerous because of a few reasons, mainly because of the danger of infection being contracted by a new-born child. The risk of that may be as high as 80%, especially in cases of cervical infection and vaginal birth. However, there are even recorded cases of infections in children born through Caesarean section with present amniotic fluid.
The newborns affected by chlamydia usually suffer from inflammation of eyeball, conjuctiva and lungs.
Although the risk of chlamydia infection is high, but thankfully modern healthcare offers an efficient antibiotic therapy to all patients. Antibiotics used in treatment of chlamydia trachomatis are available on our website.
Azithromycin is a very efficient antibiotic used in treatment of chlamydia, gonorrhoea, in cases of urethral infections, ureaplasma urealyticum and mycoplasma genitalium. Azithromycin contains ingredients which can completely eliminate an infection even in less than three days.
Doxycycline is an antibiotic with a broad spectrum of use, prescribed in many types of infections, such as chlamydia, ureaplasma urealyticum and urethral inflammation. Doxycyclin is usually recommended in lower doses than other antibiotics of similar action. This contributes to the fact that it is tolerated by patients who normally have difficulties with other stronger medications used for treating the same conditions. Antibiotic allows an efficient and fast treatment with a minimal probability of side effects.
What is responsible for the development of chlamydia?
The most important epidemiological and clinical factor contributing to disease’s development is an infection of Chlamydia-type bacteria. It is transmitted mainly through sexual intercourses, vaginally or anally without any contraception, oral sex and also through contact with partner’s sexual organs.
The vast majority of infected patients do not experience any symptoms and this may lead to unaware infections of their sexual partners. It is important to realize that chlamydia cannot be contracted by using the same toilet, sauna or swimming pool, together with infected patients.
Chlamydia may be contracted by a newborn child from its mother during birth. The effects of the infection are not instantly visible, but a progressing infection may take its toll after about two weeks, leading to serious complications in newborns, such as pneumonia.
What are the symptoms of chlamydia?
Unfortunately the disease caused by Chlamydia-type bacteria often progresses without any symptoms noticeable by the patient. It is important to use some safety precautions, such as condoms. In case of unprotected sex, it is important to undergo a test for bacterial presence in the organism.
Of course, not every infection is asymptomatic, this is why we present a list of the most typical symptoms of the disease.
Symptoms of chlamydia infection in women:
- worrying bleeding after a sexual intercourse or between menstrual periods
- lower abdominal pain or burning sensation during urination
- poor-smelling vaginal excretion
Symptoms of chlamydia infection in men:
- poor-smelling penal excretion
- burning sensation during urination
- pain and inflammation of the testicles
The listed symptoms may be also caused by different factors, because of that it is important to undergo tests in order to find potential STDs.
What are the consequences of untreated chlamydia?
Each untreated disease leads to a more or less significant consequences. In case of chlamydia infection, the consequences may be oppressive, though. The most serious complications of untreated chlamydia include:
- in women: inflammation of the lesser pelvis’ organs. In 5% of women this condition may lead to liver damage pain in pelvic area which indicates obstruction of the ovary tracts – this may result in infertility
- in men: the disease may transform into rheumatoid arthritis or reactive arthritis (former Reiter’s Syndrome) swelling of the testicles
Chlamydia infections should not be downplayed, as the disease may lead to serious, difficult in treatment complications.
What are the efficient medications used for treatment of chlamydia?
Although the number of infections is high, chlamydia is relatively easy to eliminate from the organism through use of appropriate antibiotic. Medications available on our website allow efficient treatment which may be conducted in two ways:
- Treating the penal/vaginal chlamydia
In order to treat this condition, a 5-day treatment using Azithromycin 500 mg is recommended. In this case, a patient should take a 500 mg dose on first day and then the dose is reduced to 250 mg for the remaining 4 days.
- Treating the anal chlamydia
The treatment consists of taking a 100 mg dose of Doxycycline over the course of one week.
- Treating the penal/vaginal and anal chlamydia
If there is a probability of infection consisting of both chlamydia types, a patient should take both medications simultaneously, in form of a complex therapy.
Warning: despite apparent diminishing of symptoms, you should always take the full recommended dose of drugs.
Is it possible to buy chlamydia medications on the Internet?
Antibiotics used in treatment of chlamydia – Doxycycline and Azithromycin can be bough on the Internet, using our website. The ordering process is very simple and completely confidential. However, we expect our future Customers to honestly fill out a medical consultation questionnaire, as it is a base for the prescription and further order execution. The medications should be delivered in specified address within 24-48 hours.