Is chlamydia a disease or just an infection that can go away

Health related question in topics Conditions Illness .We found some answers as below for this question “Is chlamydia a disease or just an infection that can go away”,you can compare them.

Chlamydia is a bacterial infection disease transmitted when people have sexual relations. It has to be treated with an antibiotic. [ Source: ]
More Answers to “Is chlamydia a disease or just an infection that can go away
Is chlamydia a disease or just an infection that can go away?
Chlamydia is a bacterial infection disease transmitted when people have sexual relations. It has to be treated with an antibiotic.

Related Questions Answered on Y!Answers

Does this sound like a Yeast Infection?
Q: About a week ago I started feeling very ichy and burning. The ichiness was sooooo… bad. About four days ago I had intercousre and when I went to the bathroom I was swollen and red down there and it burned to bad even after I wiped after urinating. Ive been having this white creamy discharge. Doesnt really smell. I bought the one day treatment by Monistat and it said you could use it day or night but I used during the night. I also bought the AZO Yeast tablets and it says take 3 times and day and once it goes away take once a day. I did the one day treatment about 4 days ago but it still burns and iches every now and then but the burning is very bad. Its not a Urinary Track In fection b/c I just got off of Doxycyclin Hyc Tabs for that. Doxycyclin Tabs: used to treat many different bacterial infections, such as urinary tract infections, acne, gonorrhea, and chlamydia, periodontitis (gum disease), and others. It burns the most after I urinate. But even after that it still burns alittle. Oh and having intercourse that one day hurt. This would be my 2nd Yeast Infection, the one I had b4 was when I was 6 months pregnant. Do you think this is a yeast infection? Is the burning normal and how long will it take to go away. I dunno if this has anything to do with it but I threw up 4 times yesterday. Thanks!! Also… which foods may help it go away? Yogurt? Drinking alot of water helps? P.s. I was just reading about the Doxycyclin meds I was on and it turns out that it can cause a Yeast Infection but I think any antibioctic can. ( ; Thanks Everyone!Thank you very, very much!! : )
A: Yes, it sounds exactly like a yeast infection. You have all the common symptoms; burning, itching, white non-smelly discharge and painful intercourse. Either use Monistat 7 for the FULL 7 days or go to the doctor and they can prescribe you a one time oral tablet that kills the infections. Also eat lots of yogurt and drink lots of cranberry juice, that will also help your body fight the infection.
Recurrent UTI’s… Pain during sex…?
Q: My whole life I have had problems with vaginal infections, from yeast to UTI’s to infected pubic hair to countless sebaceous cysts in the genital area (bikini line mostly). Ever since i was a little kid! The big issue for me is how bad it has gotten over the last 7 years since I have been with my husband. I have one infection or another nearly every month. I have been diagnosed and treated for pelvic inflammatory disease twice, treated for Chlamydia just to make sure that it wasn’t there, and treated for countless UTI’s and yeast infections. None of it ever fully cures the pain, smell, and other symptoms.On top of that, I tend to get an infection of some sort whenever my husband and I have sex more than a couple of times a week. We are very sexually active, but the pain I have after sex – and the odd smell, burning in my pelvic area, and the discharge that it brings on the next day is making not worth it! And those things don’t go away either… they just get worse with time. I can help them lessen in strength by monitoring how often we have sex, but I don’t want to have to “schedule” sex for the rest of my life. What’s wrong with me?! Any insight would be appreciated!I have been to the doctor countless times. He just tells me that some women produce more bacteria than others. He has nothing to say about painful intercourse…. 🙁 It’s been a total of three doctors over 25 years and none have felt the need to order additional testing.we don’t use condoms – and I have often wondered about the semen… I will have to look into that!
A: not sure as to what’s the matter with you. it may just be that you have a small urethra, rough sex, are not properly lubricated before engaging in intercourse, are allergic or have a sensitivity to latex or spermicide, or something else. try to make sure you have plenty of foreplay ahead of time. make sue to wash down there and try to pee immediately after sex or masturbation, don’t douche (this can mess with your ph balance and cause infections), don’t take bubble baths (it can irritate your urethra), and switch to a mild cleanser for your feminine bits. if you keep getting yeast infections, take acidophilus or eat yogurt. you can also try this over the counter medication for uti’s called “cystex”. it is the only brand that works for me since it has an anti-microbial in it. NEVER hold your pee, and make sure you are drinking enough water (actually, all of these things could be caused by not drinking enough water. if you’re dehydrated you may not have enough natural lubrication to prevent microtears inside, bacteria will build up in your urinary tract since it’s not being flushed out enough, and the sugar content of your urine will be high since it will be concentrated causing you to get yeast infections).also make sure to wear breathable panties and pants. try only cotton and try switching to a hypo-allergenic laundry more random thought….. do you have dry mouth problems or dry eye problems? there’s a rare syndrome that can cause a lot of the problems you’re describing (you probably DON’T have it, but just a thought):
Has anyone been diagnosed with Desquamative Inflammatory Vaginitis (DIV) or know someone that has?
Q: I am really looking for some information or for some kind of support group. Anyone that has chosen to read this, thank you, and I’ll warn you in advance that this might be pretty long and a little graphic. ANY information would be appreciated.For the past year or so, none of my doctors have really been able to figure out what is wrong with me. It started out with a severe UTI, and then I was told I had Vaginitis after that went away. Everything started with pain upon insertion when I tried to have sex with my bf, and then I developed pelvic pain, pain with urination (which has gone away), constant pressure from my belly button down and the most annoying symptom that won’t go away, a white-ish discharge.After unsuccessful treatment with antibiotics from my pcp, I saw an obgyn. He said I had Cervicitis, did 2 cryosurgeries, but never did a pap because I had one 3 months prior to this problem starting and it was normal. After the 2 cryosurgeries didn’t help, I decided to get a second, third, fourth, and fifth opinion. All the other obgyns either defaulted to yeast infection (no idea why because my discharge was NOT chunky, nor was I itchy)I was finally referred to a vulvar disorder obgyn because the last doctor straight up told me she had no idea what to do. All tests for STDs, gonorrhea, chlamydia, herpes, trich, etc. have been negative. All cultures sent out to grow yeast, and bacteria (aerobic and anaeorbic) have also been negative. Every single freaking test that has been done has come back negative or normal. My pap smear was also normal.This is the most frustrating thing I have ever dealt with. The only thing the vulvar disorder specialist can come up with is that I have a very rare disease (disorder?) called Desquamative Inflammatory Vaginitis. It is usually seen in post-menapausal women. I am only 21, this started when I was 20. I was on birth control pills (orthotricyclen, and then switched to orthotricylcen-lo because it was cheaper) for about 2 years. I stopped taking my birth control pills in July because I felt like maybe it had something to do with this. However, my symptoms have not improved. They haven’t gotten worse since this whole ordeal began, but they haven’t improved.I was recently on clindamycin phosphate vaginal cream for about a month straight. When I’m using this cream, I feel fine, but 3-4 days after the last dose, my symptoms always return. I have been on every medication under the sun and NOTHING works. The Clindamycin helps only when I’m on it and that’s it, so it is kind of pointless. The pain upon insertion comes and goes. When I use the applicators for that cream, the pain with inserting it usually goes away after 1-2 nights.My vulvar disorder gyno wants to try steroids next, but I’m not sure I want to bother. I can barely find anything on the internet. DIV has no known cause and some people respond to clindamycin or intravaginal steroids, but the majority don’t respond to anything at all. Some days it is so painful, i can’t even move. This has paid enormous toll on my relationship with my boyfriend who has been incredibly supportive through this all, although we have been abstinent since this started about a year ago. I have been too scared to have sex and figure I can’t anyway because of the pain and the rest of my symptoms.Has ANYONE ever heard of this or have it? I just want to find someone else who can relate to this and share their story. I feel so alone and obviously, I feel like I have no where else to turn to since I am posting this really personal subject on yahoo answers >.<
A: Hi,First, Im sorry to hear of your difficulties… Desquamative Inflammatory Vaginitis is a subgroup of Bacterial Vaginosis, which is why it is treated with Clindomycin. Actually, over 95% of women treated with Clindomycin report positive results (just as you have), unfortunately 30% have a relapse (as you do).DIV is actually more common than you think. It appears like Atrophic Vaginitis, which occurs in postmenapausal women. Women with normal estrogen levels are given the diagnosis of DIV instead.As a nurse who has worked many years in OB/GYN, I know that DIV is sometimes triggered by an allergy. Perhaps you can consult an allergist in your area? You can also check the pH of your vaginal secretions, which may give you an indication of whats going on. Yeast infections or other diseases give a slightly acidic or normal result, where bacterial infections will make your pH more basic.Any way, I wish you all the best! 🙂 And hang in there.. I know its hard, but you’ll find a way to figure this out 🙂
People also view

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *