Chlamydia of the throat can't affect your cervix.
Yes, chlamydia can damage the reproductive tract and cause infertility if it is not treated soon.
Chlamydia won't make your cervix stay high.
Chlamydia is curable no matter how long you've had it, although damage caused by chlamydia will not be reversed by treatment. You should get treated for chlamydia as soon as you know you're infected.
Chlamydia does not cause brain damage.
Chlamydia does not infect the lips. You can get chlamydia if semen contacts the mucous membranes of the cervix, vagina, urethra, rectum, eyes, and throat.
Yes, but it would be very - very - VERY rare. Chlamydia does serious damage quick, so having it for "years" without having severe side effects is really not likely.
No damage will be done from 2 weeks of chlamydia infection.
Cervicitis means inflammation of the cervix.
In females, chlamydia can affect the vaginal, cervix, uterus, fallopian tubes, peritoneum, rectum, eyes, and throat.
Chlamydia becomes active as soon as it enters the body.
In the female reproductive tract, the chlamydia bacterium really doesn't infect the tissues of the vagina, but only the tissues of the cervix and urethra. This doesn't mean that your partner can't catch it if you've had genital-genital contact, though.