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Chlamydia signs: Pain when urinating? Many don't notice any symptoms


The OWH says: “Chlamydia is known as a ‘silent’ infection, because most women who have chlamydia do not have symptoms.

“If you do have symptoms, you may not notice them until several weeks after you get chlamydia.”

The health body continues: “If you’re a woman, sexually active and under 25 in England, it’s recommended that you have a chlamydia test once a year, and when you have sex with new or casual partners.

“If you’re a man, sexually active and under 25 in England, it’s recommended that you have a chlamydia test once a year if you are not using condoms with new or casual partners.”



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