Chlamydia is a very common Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI), with people under the age of 30 being most at risk. It can cause a variety of symptoms, though in many cases it can be a silent condition. There are also some potentially serious complications, including reduced fertility in both men and women, as well as increased risk of ectopic pregnancy and pelvic infection in women. It is simple to have a test, which usually just involves providing a urine sample to your doctor. Treatment involves a course of antibiotics. In this section, find out more about the symptoms of Chlamydia, diagnosis of Chlamydia and Chlamydia treatment.
Chlamydia- could I have it and what should I do? what is it? symptoms diagnosis treatment Chlamydia is the most common sexually transmitted infection (STI) in Australia. It is particularly common in people under the age of 30. All sexually active people should [...]