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and women. Causes serious, permanent
damage to a woman's reproductive organs. Diagnosis Method By having sex with someone who has the infection.
Caused by a bacteria. Symptoms? Most infected people don't have symptoms. If they
do occur, they may occur after several weeks of exposure. Abnormal discharge, and burning sensation when urinating for women. Some men have discharge from the penis or a burning sensation as well when urinating. Pain and swelling in both testicles as well can occur for men. Treatment/Cure Treatment involves antibiotics.
-azithromycin (by mouth)
-doxycycline (by mouth) Long Term Effects Could result in problems for newborns such as neonatal conjunctivitis and pneumonia.
Men: Epididymitis (inflammation of the testicles), Prostatitis (infection of the prostate gland), and Reiter's Syndrome (autoimmune, arthritis-like condition)
Women: Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (infection that spreads from the vagina and cervix to the lining of the uterus and fallopian tubes that can lead to sterlilty), Perihepatitis (infection around the liver), Reiter's Syndrome, and Sterililty.
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