NGC may present as a vaginal discharge, as symptoms of urethritis or as low abdominal pain. Most women with NGC present as the symptom-free partners of men with NGU.
Speculum examination may reveal a cervical discharge with or without an inflamed cervix. The cervix may appear normal.
The most important complication of NGC is the spread to the upper genital tract to cause endometritis, salpingitis and PID.
Babies born to mothers infected with chlamydia are commonly infected and may present with conjunctivitis, pneumonitis or middle ear infections.
Reiter’s disease occasionally follows infection with С trachomatis.
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