Learn how chlamydia is related to erectile dysfunction, and what you can do to protect yourself.
Know how to spot chlamydia, the most commonly reported STD among U.S. adults.
Chlamydia is common and treatable, but unchecked, its long-term effects can impact your future.
These STDs frequently get mistaken for each other, but here's what makes them different.
I did everything right to clear my infection, so why didn’t anyone believe me?
The oral counterpart to genital chlamydia is every bit as dangerous, just lesser-known.
The sexually transmitted disease's long-term health impacts can cause permanent complications.
What you don't know can hurt you. Get the facts you need to know about gonorrhea and chlamydia.
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Although common, this STD can have serious health consequences if left untreated.
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Long story short: Get tested regularly as this STD can be resolved quickly and easily.
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There's no shame in testing positive for this common STD as recovery is straightforward.
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Early treatment can clear it up in about a week, but you need to know you have it first.
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Do chlamydia symptoms go away? Not unless the STD is treated.
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The Simple 2 test lets users identify and treat infections without visiting a doctor's office.