Usually asymptomatic, but in some cases from the 3rd week of contact there may be stinging on urinating or abnormal fluid from the vagina, penis or anus.
People who have symptoms, be between day 2 and 10 of infection. It can cause abnormal mucus or pus in the genitals and in women, abdominal pain, fever and irregular menstrual bleeding.
Although many people infected with chlamydia or gonorrhea have no symptoms, if you have any of the following, you should consider testing:
In men, stinging on urination, burning, itching, discharge from the penis;
In women: burning or painful urination, altered discharge, pain during sex.
For both sexes: sore throat, tonsillitis, pus in the throat, rectal secretions, rectal burning or pain, abnormal feeling with stools.
- According to Open House, 60% of Chlamydia infections in men (in the urethra) have no symptoms and 30% of cases of gonorrhea. Multiple scientific publications support this figure.
- In the cervix and throat infections 90% of show no symptoms.
- You can only be 100% sure of not having Chlamydia or Gonorrhea by doing tests.