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Chlamydia Symptoms and treatment in men and women

Chlamydia symptoms tend to be well masked or in general do not occur, which significantly complicates the detection of the disease and its treatment. Experts because of this call it and a silent disease, because it often happens that the symptoms of chlamydia are absent or very mild, and the consequences of the untreated disease can be very serious, and sterility is just one of them.

Chlamydia Symptoms

Even 80% of infected women have no symptoms, while in men the signs of infection are present in about 50% of cases. Chlamydia symptoms usually manifest three weeks after contact with an infected person. Statistics show that one in ten sexually active people are carriers of this infection and that even 88% of infected women are under the age of 25 years.

Chlamydia symptoms in women

Problems are most often manifested three weeks after contact with an infected person. In women they are manifested in the form of increased discharge from the vagina or are accompanied by a burning sensation when urinating. If the chlamydial infection starts to spread further the fallopian tubes, women still do not have to feel any symptoms or they may have pain in the lower abdomen or back, nausea, fever, pain during intercourse or bleeding between two menstrual periods.

Chlamydia Symptoms in men

In men the discharge from the sexual organ can appear, also it can develop a burning sensation when urinating (see article urinary infections), less frequently occurs burning and itching at the tip of the penis with chlamydia.

What is chlamydia?

Chlamydia is one of the sexually transmitted diseases that are most wide and most frequent among the population, caused by a bacterium Chlamydia trachomatis.


When asked how it is transmitted, we will give you a detailed explanation: Chlamydia is transmitted through sexual contact, and the risk prone people are those who often change partners. It happens to the mother during labour transfers the infection to the infant, and in the baby it can cause pneumonia. In women, the bacteria can threaten the cervix and urinary tract and cause inflammation of the pelvis, while men are most susceptible to infection of urethra and epididymis (part of the male genital tract that conducts sperm from the testicles to the vas deferens) with complications in the form of swellings, inflammation of the testicles and vas deferens. If chlamydia symptoms are not observed in time and the disease is left untreated, it leads to damage of the reproductive organs and can lead to infertility in both men, as well as with members of the fairer sex.

Chlamydia; TREATMENT

The bacterium Chlamydia is usually treated with antibiotics, however, in recent years many bacteria have become resistant to these drugs, and experts believe that this occurs due to irrational use of medication on your own. Unfortunately, this disrupts the immune system, and the bacteria are becoming resistant to antibiotics. About prevention: protective measures against infection are the same as in the case of other sexually transmitted diseases. At any case, it is important to prevent re-infection with chlamydia, which increases the risk of sterility. We recommend latex condoms from the beginning until the end of sexual intercourse. People who are at greater risk of developing these infections (adolescents, those who often change partners, people who previously had chickenpox or sexually transmitted diseases) once a year should be tested on the causes of sexually transmitted diseases, of course, in consultation with your doctor, especially if above mentioned chlamydia symptoms appear.


In addition to the treatment prescribed by your physician herbal medicines that have proved effective for the treatment of chlamydia can be used. Among them are natural antibiotics such as garlic capsules or fresh, onion, Echinacea, sage, black and red blueberry, horseradish, basil, plum, yogurt, cabbage, and you can use tea tree essential oil to rinse the intimate areas. Today there are many different preparations, as well as teas against chlamydia and tinctures to treat chlamydia naturally, marigold has proven to be particularly effective.

Alkalizing ORGANISM

It is known that the acidity of the body favours the development and progression of the disease. In order to reduce the acidity of the blood, consume about 80% of basic foods and food with 20% acidic pH. The basic ingredients are fresh fruits and vegetables, especially citrus and melon, millet, almonds, herbal teas, honey, quinoa, olive oil, while the lowest pH can be found in meat, eggs, dairy products, fish, refined products, and sugar. So, in the case that chlamydia symptoms are present, it is necessary to alkalise the body, which means that it is best to start a day with a lemonade without sugar, portion of fresh fruit, breakfast with honey and almonds, with meat and fish eat a lot of fresh salads and as often as possible foods of animal origin substitute with plant foods. Potatoes should be prepared together with the shell, but instead of coffee drink herbal teas.

How to treat Chlamydia

Chlamydia trachomatis and any bacteria that gets into our bodies, is treated best if we work on strengthening our immunity. It is very important to remove foods like candy, or products that contain sugar, white flour, saturated fat, soft drinks, alcohol, fried food dry meat products. On the other hand, it is useful to eat seasonal vegetables and fruits, herbs, bee products (royal jelly, propolis), garlic, onion, wild garlic, ginger, sprouts, quail eggs, as many raw foods, oregano oil.
Wormwood tincture against Chlamydia

In phytotherapy, wormwood plant is one of the unavoidable drugs against chlamydia. It can be used as a tea or tincture, and you should know that it is not completely safe because the plant is composed of toxic substances and is not to be used for more than three weeks, if you come forward first chlamydia symptoms.

Wormwood tincture:
  • 30 g grounds of wormwood pour with 500 ml of medical alcohol, and allow it to stand for 14 days next to a heat source, and often shake.
  • Thereafter, the tincture is strained and stored in a glass bottle in a dry, dark place.
  • Take three times a day 10 drops of tincture.

Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis)

This plant has a strong anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. It is used to strengthen the immune system, and contains highly medicinal alkaloid berberine, which, among other things, directly destroys chlamydia.
  • Ingredients: 2 tablespoons of sage; 1 head of garlic; lemon; 500 g of honey; 100 g of propolis
  • Preparation: Grind lemon and onion, add 2 tablespoons of sage, pour over with half a litre of boiling water, and let it stand for 2 hours, then strain well.
  • Add 500 g of honey and 100 g of propolis, pour into a bottle and take three times a day half an hour before meals.