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What to Do if Found out Possibly Having Chlamydia?

At least one in fourteen sexually active people under the age of 25 will have chlamydia - and you may not even know you have it because most people do not have any symptoms.

Call your doctor now or seek immediate medical care if you have these chlamydia symptoms:
-Sudden, severe pain in the lower abdomen
-Lower abdominal pain with vaginal bleeding or discharge and a fever of 100°F (37.8°C) or higher
-Urinary burning, frequent urination, or inability to urinate and a fever of 100°F (37.8°C) or higher
Call your doctor if you have these symptoms:
-Vaginal discharge that becomes yellowish, thicker, or bad-smelling
-Bleeding between periods that occurs more than once when periods are usually regular
-Pain during sexual intercourse
-Bleeding after sexual intercourse or douching
-Sores, bumps, rashes, blisters, or warts on or around the genital or anal areas
-Burning, pain, or itching with urination or frequent urination lasting longer than 24 hours
-Pelvic or lower abdominal pain without a known cause, such as diarrhea or menstrual cramps
Your doctor may request a watchful waiting or perform some tests using samples of your body fluid like blood, urine, or semen. If the test result comes out positive, it means you're infected. And then your doctor may prescribe you with some medicine against the infection.  

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