6% among women aged 20-64 years for genital chlamydial infection, and chlamydial infection is much more common than gonorrheal
infection in the general population.
Women with purulent cervicitis or a current chlamydial or gonorrheal
infection should delay IUD insertion until after treatment.
When it is not caused by a gonorrheal
infection it is known as non-gonococcal urethritis or NGU.
In heterosexuals, the primary sites of gonorrheal
infection are the urethra in men and cervix in women (4).
5) Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) including tuberculosis, chlamydial and gonorrheal
infections are more common predisposing factor in developing countries like ours.
Later, he and a German chemist developed Argyrol, an antiseptic that prevented newborn infants from getting gonorrheal
Since the 1940s, when sulfonamides and penicillin were first used to treat gonorrheal
infections, the bacteria has reliably developed resistance to all antibiotics used against it, including those two original drugs and several more recently developed ones (fluoroquinolones, tetracycline and oral cephalosporins).
finds numerous mentions in traditional medicinal systems such as Ayurveda, as antiseptic, antipyretic, antiscabietic, diuretic, expectorant, stimulant, and for the treatment of bronchitis, dysuria, urinary infection, and in gonorrheal
recovery (Dikshit and Hussain 1984).
Diagnostic tests for chlamydial and gonorrheal
Among those women without gonorrheal
or chlamydial infection, the risk of PID (histologically confirmed endometritis) was further increased with UU-2 (OR, 2.
Considering both the common and less common causes, in this study Gram-positive, Gram-negative, Chlamydial and gonorrheal
infections, Brucellosis, fungal infections, tuberculosis, ischaemia, mumps, and autoimmune causes were studied (Table).
get new gonorrheal
infections each year and less than half of these infections are reported to CDC.