Chlamydia usually doesn’t have any symptoms at first. This means that in most cases, people won’t notice them until they get worse. Sometimes, the symptoms are so mild that they’re mistaken for something else.
If you’re not sure if you have chlamydia, then you should get tested. Although it can take several weeks for the infection to show up in your body, it’s important to get tested right away if you do. Possible symptoms include:
Some of the common symptoms of this condition include
- Burning or pain while urinating
- Pain in the lower belly
- A strong smell coming from the discharge
- Bleeding between periods
- Pain, discharge and/or bleeding around the anus
If you think you might have Chlamydia, it is important to get tested. Choices Pregnancy Centers offer STD tests and free consultations.