In men, chlamydia infects the urethra, it can causes discharge from penis. In women, the urethra or cervix is infected could have vaginal discharge and painful peeing . Both men and women can get chlamydia in the anus during anal sex. Chlamydia could potentially be in the eyes but mostly happens to newborns that got the std from their moms.
Most people who contract chlamydia don't even know they have it. It's known as the “silent infection”. People who do have it can experience a burning sensation when urinating, discharge of pus from the penis or the vagina, pain during or after intercrose, painful discharge from the anus or the rectum.
chlamydia can spread to your uterus and fallopian tubes , it can cause pelvic inflammatory disease. PID could possibly cause permanent damage to your reproductive system and to long-term pelvic pain Men don't have many health problems linked to chlamydia. Infection could spread to the sperm tube from the testiclescausing pain from what I have found it could be lethal if you have an ectopic pregnancy , up to 18% of woman could experience infertility.