How is chlamydia transmitted?
What are the symptoms of chlamydia?
How is chlamydia treated?
How to get tested?
Any individual having unprotected sex practices is at risk of being infected by chlamydia and should consult a health specialist for counselling and screening. The infection is diagnosed most of the time by identifying the bacteria on urine samples. Vaginal, cervix, urethral and anal swabs can also be analysed. Many different identification techniques are available but the most widely used is by looking for the bacterial DNA after amplification (PCR).
Did you know?
The number of reported cases of chlamydia is steadily increasing, particularly among young people aged 15 to 24, especially men.
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