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Women who have chlamydia 5 times are more likely to get HIV
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tcmanddisease - July 4

Women often get chlamydia more than once, meaning they are "reinfected." This can happen if their sex partners were not treated. Recurrent chlamydia places women at higher risk for serious reproductive health problems, such as infertility.

In addition, according to the medical survey, women who have chlamydia 5 times are more likely to get HIV. Thus, women should not leave chlamydia untreated. If you think you are suffering chlamydia infection, yo should diagnose it soon.

Women could have the following symptoms when suffering chlamydia: abnormal vaginal discharge; burning when passing urine; lower abdominal pain; pain during sex and bleeding between periods.

Women are more likely to suffer recurrent chlamydia. Untreated chlamydia can damage a woman's reproductive organs and cause other health problems. Like the disease itself, the damage chlamydia causes is often "silent." PID is a typical complications of untreated chlamydia. PID occurs when chlamydia bacteria infect the cells of the cervix, then spread to the uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries. PID occurs in up to 40 percent of women with untreated chlamydia.

In addition, if women suffered chlamydia for many times, women may get HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, from a partner who is infected with it.

Thus, women should get chlamydia treated as soon as possible. Women can choose herbal medicine Fuyan Pill to treat recurrent chlamydia. Fuyan Pill can eradicate chlamydia though it may work slowly. In general, women can recover thoroughly in three months.

 

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