Chlamydia is a bacterial infection caused by the Chlamydia trachomatis bacteria and is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases.
Symptoms can vary and include unusual discharge, pain when urinating, abdominal pain and, in women, pain during sexual intercourse. However, infectious diseases with chlamydia are often asymptomatic or non-specific and go unnoticed for a long time.

Chlamydia is transmitted through unprotected sexual intercourse. Timely diagnosis and treatment are crucial to prevent complications such as infertility and to stop the spread of the infection.

Dr. med. Karsten Ostermann M.A.

An infection with chlamydia can cause non-specific symptoms such as tiredness, fatigue and headaches, which means that it can persist unnoticed for a long time. In order to avoid serious complications, such as infertility, an experienced doctor should be consulted in the event of suspicion. Treatment that strengthens the immune system and activates the self-healing powers can bring lasting improvement.

Dr. Karsten Ostermann

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