What Is Chlamydia Trachomatis
Chlamydia trachomatis causes the infection known as chlamydia. It is a bacterial syndrome is originated by germ. This bacterium can affect men and women both, but most of the times young people get affected with this disease easily. This infection can spread to rectum, throat and eyes. Some other infections that can occur due to this bacterium are urethritis, cervicitis, epididymitis, pelvic inflammatory disease, etc.
As per WHO (World Health Organization) approximately 55 million people are infected with Chlamydia in Western Europe. The report presented after the latest research expresses that 10 % citizens of developing nations are contaminated with Chlamydia whereas the young people with 25 % are in top position with such an illness.
As per results of tests done by Mother and Child Institute expresses that more than 42,000 female teenagers are affected with Chalmydia disease, which is occurred due to the Chalmydia trachomatis virus. That means approximately 30000 females will not be able to become pregnant. 25000 females will get the problem at delivery time and 15000 female’s miscarriage their baby.
Many complications can occur if the treatment is not done properly on correct time. Untreated Chlamydia illness can increase in fallopian tubes, which cause tubal stenosis. This tube is utilized to keep eggs fertilized and if the fertilized egg found increasing in the fallopian tube in place of transferring to the uterus which origins ectopic pregnancy or tubal pregnancy then the delivery will become complicated.
Females of highly-developed societies will get difficulties with pregnancy. The latest report presented by WHO alerts that childlessness is turning as refined infection of 21st centuries. Poland is the nation where almost each couple required minimum 6 months to become pregnant. These are the infections which are caused by a Chalmydia trachomatis virus.
Female who are pregnant and affected with Chlamydia infection is on higher risk of miscarriage. The Chlamydia trachomatis virus can force the female body to deliver the child by causing early labor. In similar condition, this bacterium can shift from mother to infant baby as well. Once the baby is infected with this disease the baby can receive neonatal and pneumonia conjunctivitis.
Chlamydia trachomatis affects the female’s reproductive ability. This bacteria move into the endocervix, which is the path amid vagina and uterus. Trachomatis slowly extend into the upper area of reproductive tract where it leads to sterility. Correct diagnosis can avert Chalmydia trachomatis disease. Indications or signs associated with this syndrome contain intercourse, painful urination, and unusual discharge from vagina and blood loss throughout the periods.
Conclusion: if the person who has such infection is involved in sexual activities the doctor might ask for the screening of the patient every year. Some experts prefer the screening in every six months rather than following the annual plans.