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 ****** 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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