Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted infection caused by a bacteria.
It can affect both men and women.
Most people won’t have any obvious signs or symptoms or will have mild signs or symptoms they don’t notice.
You can become infected with Chlamydia or pass it on to someone else during sex.
Chlamydia infects the cells inside the cervix (entrance to the womb), the rectum (anal passage) and the urethra (urine tube).
The most common way for a person to get Chlamydia is to have vaginal or anal sex with an infected person without using a condom.
It can also be spread through oral sex or sharing sex toys without washing them.
If infected semen or vaginal secretions come into contact with the eyes this can cause conjunctivitis (infection of the eyes).
It can be passed from a mother to her baby during childbirth. This can cause the newborn to have conjunctivitis and / or pneumonia.
You should be tested for Chlamydia at least every 12 months, if you have sex with a new partner, or if you think you may have Chlamydia.
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