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Added August 01, 2013

What Is Chlamydia?

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This is the most common of all bacterial STDs. It may cause abnormal vaginal discharge, burning with urination, lower abdominal pain, spotting after intercourse, or bleeding between periods. However, chlamydia may cause no symptoms at all.

 

Chlamydia must be taken seriously because the infection can spread further into the uterus and fallopian tubes (pelvic inflammatory disease), which lead to infertility or tubal pregnancy.

 

Chlamydia can be treated and cured with antibiotics.

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GenesisLOVE
GenesisLOVE
Posted June 22, 2012
Just remember that using a condom isn't the best way to prevent this. Abstinence is...
20DawgFan07
20DawgFan07
Posted November 29, 2011
Can it spread further into the body?
KaNdyNiNi9
KaNdyNiNi9
Posted July 13, 2011
=/ safe sex!
Alexis Heart
Alexis Heart
Posted June 23, 2011
jees i didnt no that chlamyidia is an std i no about alot of them but not this 1 :(
RandomGirl
RandomGirl
Posted July 03, 2011
Oh, I didn't know too! =( I thought chlamydia was a fear of something...hehe I'm so stupid! XD XD o_o
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