When it comes to sexually transmitted infections, we often do not know where to start. They can be hard to identify, recognize, and can often go without symptoms. Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted infection that affects men and women. It is a very common sexually transmitted infection but can be difficult to treat because not everyone exhibits symptoms. The danger of this particular infection is that since it can go unnoticed, the negative health effects can happen without being aware of it. Often this sexually transmitted infection can go years without the person realizing they even have the infection. In this article, we will be discussing 10 symptoms to look out for so you can seek immediate treatment.
1. Vaginal Bleeding
With Chlamydia, there can often be a couple different types of vaginal bleeding that can occur. During sexual intercourse, there may be some bleeding. In between menstrual cycles, there can also be some light spotting that occurs. It is important to keep in mind that other sexually transmitted infections can also cause vaginal bleeding during intercourse and spotting in between periods. The infection tends to weaken the blood vessels in the person infected so the vagina is more susceptible to bleeding during infection.