Causes of Chlamydia
The causes of this disease can be traced to the bacterium Chlamydia trachomatis. It is not transmitted by direct contact or through air. The modes of infection of Chlamydia include oral, vaginal and anal sex with an infected person or even having genital contact with an infected person. Further, it can be transmitted also through the birth canal which results in the transmission of the disease from the mother to the child. Changing sexual partners often can result in spreading of this disease.