Yes, you can get pregnant if you and your partner have chlamydia.
You can get pregnant at any time after you are sure that you and your partner have been cured of chlamydia. There is no need to wait.
If your partner has chlamydia, you can get chlamydia. Most UTIs are not caused by chlamydia.
Yes you certainly can.Yes you can give your partner chlamydia.
You can get chlamydia from someone who is infected. The partner's cleanliness has nothing to do with it.
You get chlamydia from sexual contact with an infected person. If you or your partner were infected by a previous partner, you could have chlamydia.
Someone wth only one partner can get chlamydia, if that partner is infected.
Having chlamydia does not make you pregnant.
Typical treatment in pregnancy is one gram of azithromycin -- the same treatment for non-pregnant people with chlamydia. In many states, the partner can be treated without an exam, but laws vary from state to state. Ask your OBGYN about the possibility in your area.
Chlamydia can cause worry about partner infection, partner monogamy, and future consequences.
If your reproductive organs were not affected by chlamydia, then it will take no longer than normal. Chlamydia treatment will not affect the chances of getting pregnant. You can get pregnant while you have chlamydia. While scarring from chlamydia can sometimes cause infertility, you should not count on chlamydia to keep you from getting pregnant.
A pregnant woman can get chlamydia by sexual intercourse. Chlamydia can be treated with a single dose of azithromycin.