How Can Chlamydia Be Avoided
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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 chrono5, 2 RepliesI'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 »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHi,
does anyone around here happen to know how frequent an occurence false negatives are with Chlamydia testing through PCR on first-catch urine?
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Posted by PhilWeill
Did you know Chlamydia can kill you?
Chlamydia is one of the most sever STD's in the world ruining people lives.
It can cut your life short. Kill you young. Make your penis fall off... or if you are a woman, make you unable to pee, have... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyIt seems there's a lot of confusion about test procedures for chlamydia. The best way to test is by taking a swab and/or urine test. Blood test may or maynot pick up chlamydia and there seems to be a lot of false positive readings via blood tests.... Read more »
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