Chlamydia Infection in Females
What are the signs and symptoms of the infection?
Most chlamydia infections do not cause any symptoms. For this reason, a sexual
partner may be exposed without either partner knowing it. They may pass the
organism to other unsuspecting partners.
Symptoms of a chlamydia infection of the cervix in a female may include the following:
mild pain and discomfort when urinating
abdominal distress, if the infection has spread to the uterus, tubes, or ovaries
pain in the upper right of the abdomen, if the liver is
Chlamydia infections of the throat usually cause a sore
Chlamydia infections of the rectum can cause the following:
discharge from the rectum, which may be bloody
frequent, painful urges to have a bowel movement