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It's possible to develop symptoms after having chlamydia for a long time.

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Can chlamydia become dormant and resurface after treatment?

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How long can you have chlamydia before giving it to your partner?

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Does a female have STD symptoms before a male does?

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How can you have Chlamydia If you tested negative six months ago?

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Why do you have symptoms of gonorrhea or chlamydia if your girlfriend tested negative two months ago?

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Can males with chlamydia be asymptomatic for months or years and then have symptoms just show up?

Chlamydia in MenAbsolutely. Actually, a good percentage of men can be positive for this bacteria without ever knowing...until a female partner comes up positive. Females can even have this particular bacteria for a long time before showing any symptoms. As far as men are concerned, the bacteria can be completely silent. Some men do have symptoms, but definitely not all. I hope this helps you.As an addendum to the above, chlamydia is estimated to be asymptomatic in up to 75% of women and 50% of men. It does not, to my knowledge, simply go away without treatment. In other words, you can be asymptomatic for months, even years, and continue to spread the disease to others. Often times, when symptoms do come about, they are symptoms of complications of the disease. In women, Pelvic Inflammatory Disease may develop as a result of chlamydia. In men, epidydimtis may develop. Men may also develop prostatitis, though this is somewhat controversial because it often times is not an infection of the prostate, but rather the urethral pathway that passes through the prostate that becomes infected. In either case, infertility is the end result if treatment isn't sought.20% to 30% of patients infected with chlamydia are also infected with gonorrhea, so I would recommend you get tested for both. Gonorrhea, unlike chlamydia, is usually symptomatic in men, though initially the symptoms are usually so mild that they go unnoticed.Don't be ashamed to get tested for chlamydia. For men, testing involves a urine sample. Be sure to avoid urinating at least two hourse beforehand to ensure full accuracy, and catch the first part of the urine stream. In the event that you are infected, both you and your partner need to be treated at the same time, otherwise the infection may bounce back and forth between the two of you, causing chronic reinfection. It would also be a good idea to inform past sexual partners, as well. When telling your partner that you are infected, honesty is the best policy. It will go a long way in relieving their fear and doubt, and it goes a long way in establishing trust between you and your partner. If you find it difficult to explain to your partner, I'm sure your physician would be more than happy to talk with your partner and/or to provide sources of information. Getting treated for an STI is not about placing blame or putting someone on trial. It's about ensuring the physical well-being of everyone involved, as well as their emotional and mental well-being.You may want to consider being restested 3 or 4 months after treatment. Testing before this will only give you inaccurate results. 3 to 4 weeks after treatment, you will test positive, but this doesn't necessarily mean you are still infected. Between one and three months, you may get false negatives, meaning you are actually still infected, but the test isn't picking it up.The only way to absolutely ensure that you do not get chlamydia is to avoid sexual contact. In other words abstinence. In cased where abstinence is not possible, having a long-term, mutually monogamous relationship will ensure that chlamydia is not spread further. If you are not in either of these categories, you should use a latex or polyurethane condom correctly and cosistently. It is important to remember that although condoms reduce the transmission of most STIs dramatically, including chlamydia, they are NOT 100% effective.Yes, it is possible.


Can you be infertile after having chlamydia for four months?

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Can you be infertile after having chlamydia for two months?

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