Chlamydia can also enter the body through the eye, by rubbing the eyes with contaminated hands.
Chlamydia is very common among teenagers and young adults.
For this reason, it is important to treat these diseases. It could take a while for signs or symptoms of PID to surface.
But, some of the symptoms include: tenderness and pain in lower abdomen, fever, vomiting, backache, difficulty walking, heavy periods, pain during sex, and bad-smelling discharge coming from vagina. PID is curable and can be treated with antibiotics prescribed by a health care provider.
The cervix (opening to the womb or uterus) of young women is very susceptible to STDs.
Also, because signs or symptoms are not obvious at first, many persons might have it unknowingly.