Who Can Get Chlamydia? How Do You Know If
They’re Infected? Who can get chlamydia?
Anyone who’s had sex with an infected partner. By “sex”, I don’t mean just vaginal sex.
You can get chlamydia if you’ve had oral sex.
Or anal sex. It’s all about the sexual contact, whichever
way you prefer to do it. The bugs get transferred from one person to
the other. That means men can get chlamydia from other
men. So it’s not just a girl thing.
They may not know themselves if they’re infected.
They may have the chlamydia germs without ever suspecting a thing.
That’s why chlamydia is called the “silent” disease.
In some cases, symptoms of chlamydia never appear, even when the disease is working it’s
way inside the person to cause damage to the reproductive system.
If it’s severe enough, it’ll make it difficult for women to have children.
The good news is that there are simple tests to detect chlamydia, even though you may show
no outward signs. Call eight seven seven six two six zero one
eight four right now to learn more about chlamydia testing.
Go in for your test any time. Get your results online within three business
days. And if the disease is found, it can be easily
knocked out with a dose of antibiotics. And you can kiss the chlamydia goodbye.
Call eight seven seven six two six zero one eight four to find out your testing options
for chlamydia. Thanks for watching, and good luck!