a whitish yellow discharge
from the penis.
a frequent urge to urinate
burning sensation while
redness at the tip of the
This disease is very common
throughout the world.
Chlamydia can be cured easily
by antibiotics as long as the patient realises that they have the disease. Women usually
do not know that they are infected until they develop serious complications. Men will tend
to notice it sooner as there is an obvious discharge from the tip of the penis.
If you are sexually active
and a woman who is not in a monogamous relationship or previously was not in a
relationship of this type, ask your doctor to test you for Chlamydia when you next go for
a pap smear. This is especially important if you are pregnant or planning to have a baby.
Chlamydia is caused by
Chlamydia Trachomatis, a microscopic organism that has the characteristics of both a virus
and a bacterium. the disease is spread by vaginal or anal sex, and if you touch your eyes
with a hand that has been contaminated (it can also be spread by flies), you may also
If you suspect you have Chlamydia, your doctor may want to test your cervical fluid or penile discharge.
In most cases of Chlamydia,
the cure rate is 95 percent, the treatment is with antibiotics. However, because most
women don't know they have the disease until it has caused serious complications such as
pelvic inflammatory disease, sexually active women should be tested for Chlamydia once a
You must always take the
antibiotics that your doctor prescribes for you with this disorder. Never attempt to treat
Chlamydia yourself. Natural remedies may help relieve the symptoms and speed recovery.
Chinese Herbs -
A typical prescription may include 10 to 20 herbs, such as Chinese foxglove root
(Rehmannia glutinosa) and dong quai (Angelica
sinensis). It is best to see a Chinese Herbalist for an accurate prescription for you.
Herbal Therapies -
(Serenoa repens), which contains
berberine and stimulates the immune system, is useful in treating genital infections,
especially in men. You may drink it as a tea or take capsules.
Fasting can be of assistance
when trying to fight off infection as it cleanses the system. In addition to taking
antibiotics prescribed by your physician, you might consider fasting for one to three
days. Be sure to ask your doctors advice before beginning a fast.
Juices that may help to rid
your body of toxins cranberry and celery-parsley-cucumber. To increase your body's
resistance to this infection, supplement your daily diet with vitamin E and zinc.
To restore healthy intestinal
flora after you have taken antibiotics, try eating yogurt with live Lactobacillus
acidophilus cultures, or take 1/2 tsp Lactobacillus acidophilus powder, 1 tsp
Bifidobacterium powder, and 1/2 tsp Lactobacillus bulgaricus in a glass of water, three
times a day. The preparations are also available in capsules and tablets.
Always use a condom to
prevent transmission of Chlamydia. Women whose partners have symptoms of Chlamydia should
be tested as well.
When to seek further
you develop any of the
symptoms listed above;
you are a woman and you
experience high fever and other flu like symptoms, along with severe pelvic pain, bleeding
after intercourse, severe nausea, or recurring back pain.