Chlamydia and Gonorrhea

You have just been to the doctor to get tested for STDs and received devastating news.  You have one, maybe two sexually transmitted diseases.  You have now joined the millions of people worldwide who are diagnosed every year with STDs.  Here in our sub section on Chlamydia and Gonorrhea find out more about two of the most commonly transmitted STDs, Chlamydia and Gonorrhea.  Learn how to recongize the symptoms of these two diseases and find out more about how they can be treated.  Remember, once diagnosed these two STDs are curable.  However, if left untreated they can cause serious damage to your body, including leaving you infertile.  Read now and find out more.

Symptoms

Two of the most common STDs are Chlamydia and Gonorrhea.  You or someone you know has probably contracted one or both of these diseases at one time or another.  These two STDs even often infect a person at the same time although it is not unusual for a person to be asymptomatic and unaware that they are ill.  If you do think you may be at risk for contracting either infection or if you notice the symptoms for Chlamydia or the symptoms for gonorrhea, then you should be tested immediately.  Also, if you are testing for Chlamydia as part of your normal checkup, it may be a good idea to also test for gonorrhea at the same time since they often are contracted together.

Treatments

While contracting either of these infections can be demoralizing and embarrassing, it is important to remember that both STDs can be cured if treated on time.  If they are left untreated, both can do damage to your reproductive system.  Don't risk your reproductive future and find out more about the treatment for Chlamydia and the treatment for gonorrhea today.  Remember, early detection is key to receiving prompt treatment.  Learn all you can about Chlamydia and Gonorrhea so that you can cure yourself now and better protect yourself from contracting these STDs again in the future.   

Check out the CDC statistics and information on chlamydia and gonorrhea today.

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