Although you can have chlamydia without having symptoms, it doesn't stay dormant. It's detectable through testing even if you don't have symptoms.
Chlamydia is not a blood borne disease, and is not in the blood.
Chlamydia is curable whether or not someone has HIV.
Chlamydia will stay in a baby until treated. Children with lung infections may remain undiagnosed for years.
No. Tubal ligation involves blocking the fallopian tubes. If this procedure was done with Essure, your cervix may stay open for a little while, but should not stay open for long after the procedure.
It depends on how far along you were on your pregnancy
The brakes make the car wheels stay still
They are not in the cervix, they have swam into the uterus where they stay up to 5 days until they die. The discharge wash them out.
Gotta Stay High was created in 1998.
Most high school sports programs have minimum grade requirements. If you don't make those minimum grades, you cannot participate in sports.
When a woman's cervix is weak (sometimes called an incompetent cervix) she is more likely to have a baby born prematurely because the cervix shortens or opens too early. In order to prevent premature labor, a woman's doctor may recommend a cervical cerclage. A cerclage is used to prevent these early changes in a woman's cervix, thus preventing premature labor. A closed cervix helps a developing baby stay inside the uterus until the mother reaches 37-38 weeks of pregnancy. Treatment for cervical incompetence is a surgical procedure called cervical cerclage, in which the cervix is sewn closed during pregnancy. The cervix is the lowest part of the uterus and extends into the vagina.
Some doctors say it is best to stay lying down for 1/2 hour-1 hour so that the sperm has a better chance of reaching the womb