1. Paramedical School of Mashhad University. 2. Paramedical School of Mashhad University
: genital chlamydia trachomatis infection (gcti) is one of the most prevalent stis and known as the most common treatable. chlamydia trachomatis infections are the most prevalent sexually transmitted bacterial infections in the world that cause urogenital infections in both men and women. it appears that infertility is a complication of these infections. the aim of this study is determining prevalence of ct (chlamydia trachomatis) infection in two groups of females (symptomatic and asymptomatic) and related risk factors.
From may 2016 to feb 2018, 200 female patients age (18-52), in this cross sectional study married women includes; 100 symptomatic female and the similar number of asymptomatic female using vaginal swabs from females for testing by polymerase chain reaction (roche amplicon pcr, all tested done in quam hospital mashhad.
Chlamydia positivity was 7% for 200 female’s swabs the prevalence of ct was 9% in symptomatic and 5 %in asymptomatic female respectively. (7% in total).
Our study chlamydia positivity was 7% for 200 females in our study women aged less than 35 years of age. witch all included younger women at high risk of chlamydia. which the positivity for internet participants ranged from a low of 4.4% in baltimore in 2005 to a high of 15.2% baltimore in 2007. family planning clinic prevalence in baltimore and maryland ranged from a low of 3.3% in baltimore in 2006 to a high of 5.5% in baltimore in 2008 .
suggestion: men at moment have secretion should see a doctor as soon as possible, in order to minimize the chlamydial infection to his wife.