Effects Of Chlamydia In Women
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Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesAn "equivocal" result on a chlamydia test means that the results are not definite (like an indeterminate HIV test result). You need to be retested, but the odds are that your test results will be negative. Ultimately, your test results and... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHIYou had unprotected sex which you know put you at risk not just for HIV but for all of the other sexually transmitted infections. The low grade fever could be because of the chlamydia but it could also be to other infections. I recommend that you... Read more »
Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesChlamydia is a sexually transmitted infection caused by a type of bacteria. It infects the cervix in women and the urethra in men, and uninfected mucous membranes coming into contact with infected semen or infected mucous membranes could become... Read more »
Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesIt is possible to have a chlamydia infection and not experience symptoms; this is the case for approximately 75% of women and 50% of men. For this reason, screening for chlamydia is increasingly recommended, especially for at risk women. Advances in... Read more »
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Posted by AnonymousShe thinks she is Superwoman--- actually asking her partner not to wear a condom .
This happens more than not in the Afriican American community.
African American women are becoming infected with HIV and STDs more than any other female group... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 Repliescan any1 out there help me with this question, i have been with my boyfriend for 3 years and as far as I am aware neither of us has had any other partner in that time. about 3 months ago he got tested and he showed up positive with chlamydia so a... Read more »
Posted by Bear60, 1 ReplyI thought this news item in todays INQUIRER was of some interest to us gay men. Its about a "bad strain of chlamydia not usually seen in this country". It "appears to be spreading among gay and bisexual men possibly increasing their chances of... Read more »
Posted by chrono5, 1 ReplyI've just been treated for rectal chlamydia, but I have a partner who we both have never had anal sex with, but he has given me oral sex. I haven't told him just yet because I found out today and I'm waiting until he is back, but I was wondering... Read more »
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