It is believed that Chlamydia trachomatis is the most common pathogen transmitted sexually. Causes acute and chronic zabolyavaniyana genitourinary system. In men, chlamydia usually affects the urethra and nadsemennitsite.
In women than urethritis, chlamydia can cause inflammation of the vagina, uterus and cervix, and in spreading infection in the upper genital tract covered and fallopian tubes. Acute infection of chlamydia in women can occur asymptomatically. In such cases, the disease can not be detected, remain untreated and can last for years, and as a result of damage from inflammation in the pelvis can lead to infertility or ectopic pregnancy.
Chlamydia are sensitive to a number of antibiotics and the infection can be successfully treated. It is important that the diagnosis be placed in time by a specialist and he controlled therapy for healing poses serious risks.
Primary treatment for chlamydia are antibiotics of the tetracycline group. In connection with frequent reinfection and to limit the spread of genital chlamydia infections is effective to conduct antibiotic prophylaxis and sexual partners. Especially recommended is at least constant partner of the patient to be treated for chlamydia with him.
In uncomplicated chlamydia infections antimicrobials are effective enough and the disease can be completely cured. The consequences of chronic chlamydial infection, however, suggest as the use of more sophisticated diagnostic methods and specific case treatment aimed longer destroy themselves chlamydia, and abnormalities resulting from chronic impacts. Sometimes this can only be done surgically.