The early stages of Chlamydia might not display any symptoms.
In some other cases, symptoms might be the following:
White, yellow, or gray vaginal discharge with a foul smell. (Please remember your vulva has its own smell there is a normal discharge that it has. It is only alarming when you experience something different than usual. White discharge happens during the cycle however yellow and gray discharge is alarming.)
Increased need to pee
Pain and burning sensation while peeing
Bleeding between periods
More than usual painful periods
Itching and burning in and around the vagina
Pain in the lower abdomen
Mucus-like or clear, watery discharge from the penis
Pain in the testicles
Since Chlamydia is a bacterial infection, antibiotics can treat it.
It is important to get yourself diagnosed and treated for chlamydia. It is also important to follow the instruction given by your doctor to clear the bacteria completely. This might take 2 weeks and using a condom until you are cured is important since you can still transmit chlamydia to your partners.