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Are You at Rish for Getting Chlamydia?Are You at Risk for Getting Chlamydia?
A screening test for Chlamydia is recommended yearly and is especially important for women under 25 years of age and women over 25 who have new or multiple sexual partners. When a relationship ends, it is also a good time to be tested for STIs and STDs so that you know you will be healthy when you find a new partner…
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Complications Associated with ChlamydiaComplications Associated with Chlamydia
Chlamydia is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the United States today. When diagnosed and treated early on, Chlamydia typically does not pose a huge risk to reproductive health. Unfortunately, if left untreated Chlamydia can have an irreversible damaging effect on fertility in women. In men, fertility problems are less common, but may result from an untreated Chlamydia infection…
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Do I Need a Chlamydia Test?Do I Need a Chlamydia Test?
If you are sexually active, you run the risk of becoming infected with Chlamydia and many other sexually transmitted infections and diseases. Getting tested not only protects your health, but you partner’s sexual health as well. It’s suggested that you get tested at least once a year. If you have multiple new partners, more frequent testing is advised…
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Facts About ChlamydiaFacts About Chlamydia
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, 1,210,523 Chlamydia infections were reported in 2008 (most current). Today, Chlamydia is the most frequently reported bacterial sexually transmitted disease in the United States…
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Prevention and Healthy Lifestyle TipsPrevention and Healthy Lifestyle Tips
After learning about Chlamydia, you may be feeling slightly overwhelmed. If you have just been diagnosed, be sure to follow the advice of your doctor and you should be back on track very soon. If you do not have Chlamydia, here are some tips from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for keeping it that way…
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