Can chlamydia be caused by poor hygiene?

Date:2018-11-30 click:0

Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted disease that should be treated timely to avoid its complications. People with chlamydia often don't have obvious symptoms. In fact, about 75% of infections in women and 50% in men are without symptoms. Therefore, if you notice you have the signs of this disease, you should get tested right away. In clinic, chlamydia infection can be spread by sexual transmission, mother-to-child vertical infection and so on. Many people are curious about whether chlamydia can be caused by poor hygiene.
Poor hygiene often accompanies certain mental or emotional disorders, including severe depression and psychotic disorders. So poor hygiene is likely to induce many diseases including chlamydia. Here are the reasons why poor hygiene can lead to chlamyida.   
First, it is possible to infect chlamydia if the vagina, anus, penis or mouths come in contact with infected secretions or fluids. A woman who has not had anal sex can also get chlamydia in the anus or rectum if this pathogenic is spread from the vaginal area, such as when wiping the with the toilet paper. A men can get chlamydia with this paper as well.
Second, chlamydia can also be infected by hand. for example, during hand-to-eye contact, eye infection may happen if hands touch the discharge that carries chlamydia.And this infection can be passed when people wipe the urine.Besides, touching daily supplies that the chlamydia patients have used such as towels, clothes and toilet stool can also make people infected. 
Therefore, poor hygiene can also lead to chlamydia infection. It is necessary for us to pay attention to sanitation in the daily life. And once suffering this disease, please do not worry, herbal pills like diuretic and anti-inflammatory pill for men and fuyan pill for women work well to the chlamydia.  The herbal pill can not only killing the toxic materials including bacteria, virus, chlamydia, mycoplasma,etc, but also enhance the self-healing ability to prevent the recurrence of this disease. Commonly, it takes about 3 months for them to remove the infection.