To know if you are infected with Chlamydia, you have to undergo a Chlamydia test. Today, there are different ways to test for Chlamydia, and anyone who manifests Chlamydia symptoms should get tested immediately.

Here are reasons why you should get Chl...

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The Chlamydia infection is a very common sexually-transmitted disease that is caused by a bacterium. It can affect adults males, adults females, young males, young females, and even infants. It is known to trigger different signs and symptoms that ca...

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So how exactly do people contract Chlamydia? Is this an infection that one can get while hugging other people? What about kissing? Can you get Chlamydia by wearing other people's clothes?

Background

Chlamydia is caused by bacterium that can strike anyo...

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Why Is Chlamydia Dangerous?

10/17/14 11:14 PM

Medical studies and research have shown that Chlamydia has the most number of recorded cases among all the STDs or sexually-transmitted diseases in the United States and in the United Kingdom. For that reason, it is important to do something about it...

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Research studies and reports show that two out of every three people with Chlamydia are not aware that they are infected with the disease. What is the reason for this, you ask? It is because Chlamydia can be asymptomatic, meaning it does not always t...

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How Is Chlamydia Contracted?

10/13/14 8:20 AM

Unprotected sexual intercourse --- anal, oral, and vaginal --- is the primary method for transmitting and spreading Chlamydia. Once the bodily fluid of an infected person finds its way to yours during sex, the STD will soon infect you and cause some ...

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Why Get A Chlamydia Test

10/9/14 4:22 AM

Many studies and research have shown that among all the sexually-transmitted diseases or STDs recorded in the United Kingdom every year, about a third of those are Chlamydia cases. 

In the United States, at least one million reports of Chlamydia are d...

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A person can contract Chlamydia through different ways. This sexually-transmitted disease can be passed on from one person to another through unprotected anal, vaginal, and oral sex. An infected pregnant woman can also pass it on to her child during ...

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