CHLAMYDIA.

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What is the defintion of Chlamydia?
Sexually transmitted bacterial infection.
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What are the causes of Chlamydia?
1. Unprotected anal/oral/vaginal sex. 2. Sharing sex toys without cleaning. 3. Gential to genital contact. 4. Infected semen or vaginal fluid.
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What are the symptoms of Chlamydia?
1. Pain when urinating. 2. Change in discharge from either the vagina or penis. 3. Bleeding after sex. 4. Bleeding between periods. 5. Pain in lower abdomen.
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What treatment is there for Chlamydia?
1. Single dose of antibiotics. 2. Long course of antibiotics. 3. No sex till one week after the symptoms have cleared up/treatment is over.
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What are the physical impacts of Chlamydia?
1. Potential pelvic inflammatory disease. 2. Long term pelvic pain. 3. Infertility. 4. High risk of an eptopic pregnancy.
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What are the intellectual impacts of Chlamydia?
1. Read up on protection. 2. How to acces the health services.
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What are the emotional impacts of Chlamydia?
1. Embarrased. 2. Trust issues (if recieved from another partner). 3. Anxious about fertility issues.
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What are the social impacts of Chlamydia?
1. No sex until it has cleared up. 2. Isolate yourself. 3. Troubles with relationships. 4. Withdrawal from friends (extreme).
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What are the financial impacts of Chlamydia?
1. None.
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