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What is chlamydia? 
Chlamydia trachomatis (chlamydia) is a bacterium that belongs to the obligatory intracellular parasites - they cannot reproduce outside of infected cells. 
How is it spread? 
Chlamydia trachomatis is spread through sexual contact with an infected person. 
It is estimated that about 4% of people are infected with this pathogen, which makes it one of the most common sexually transmitted pathogens. 
About 75% of infected women and 50% of infected men have no symptoms, so the infection may remain unknown and untreated, which favours the uncontrolled spread of the disease. 
Complications and diseases 
Chlamydia can cause a number of diseases in men and women. In both sexes it may be the cause of urethritis, proctitis (rectal disease and bleeding), trachoma and infertility. 
If left untreated the bacteria can cause prostatitis and epididymitis in men, while in women it can often be accompanied by acute complications in terms of risk of salpingitis (inflammation of the Fallopian tubes) and chronic pelvic inflammatory disease with subsequent blockage of Fallopian tubes and an increased risk of ectopic pregnancy. All of the above can result in infertility. 
Chlamydial infections in pregnant women can lead to premature birth. 
Chlamydia is easily diagnosed using DNA-based tests, such as those done in our laboratory, based on PCR. This method is more sensitive than culture methods of cultivation, which provide a large number of false negative results. 
DNA testing 
Our laboratory detects the presence of pathogens by PCR. 
The result of the analysis is obtained within one business day. 
Samples for analysis 
In women testing can be done from normal cervical or vaginal swabs (no media) which should be left to dry in the open air for about 5 minutes. The sample can be sent by mail, and is suitable for the analysis even after a few months. 
In men, the test can be done from samples of urethral swabs, sperm or first morning urine. 
These prices do not include taking swabs (cervical, vaginal, urethral) - these are taken only by doctors/ gynecologists at extra cost.  
Chlamydia 7.500Chlamydia + additional pathogens (mycoplasma, ureaplasma, and/or gardnerela) 
Surcharge for each additional pathogen 500surcharge for analysis of urine samples (men only) 1.000 
HPV + Chlamydia 11.000 
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