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Chlamydia can remain asymptomatic for a while, complications may develop before it causes any symptoms that bring irreversible damage, including infertility, can occur silently before a woman ever recognizes a problem. ...[read article]

How many kinds of mycoplasma and chlamydia are there? The mycoplasma infecting urogenital system can be divided into three types: mycoplasma urealytium, mycoplasma ho-minis and mycoplasma genitalia. ...[read article]

Chlamydia is a genus of prokaryotic organisms. Chlamydia trachomatis, one of the the most common causative agents, can invade human genital organs, causing disease to women. ...[read article]

Chlamydia is a silent assassin to our health. When human body is infected with chlamydia, there may hardly be any symptom for several months or even a year. However, it never stops jeopardizing womens reproductive organs. ...[read article]

If there any connection between chlamydia infection and infertility? If they do, how? But before answering the two questions, maybe we should figure out what is chlamydia infection first. ...[read article]

Women can affect vaginitis by affecting chlamydia infection. Vaginitis caused by chlamydia infection is very common. This disease can be very serious. Thus, women should alert chlamydia infection as it can bring other serious diseases....[read article]

Among those diseases such as prostatitis, epididymitis, orchitis, tubal conditions, PID and chlamydia infection, chlamydia infection is one of the most common sexually transmitted infection. ...[read article]

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