Chlamydia can be cured no matter how long you've had it. However, any damage caused by chlamydia will not be fixed by taking the antibiotic.
no chlamydia is not curable with antibiotics
Chlamydia is curable in men.
Chlamydia is a curable bacterial sexually transmitted infection.
"STD" describes how you get chlamydia. It is not a descriptor of whether or not it's curable.
Chlamydia can be treated in a woman.
Chlamydia is a bacteria and trichomonas is a protozoa. Both are curable. Chlamydia can cause long-term complications, but trichomoniasis does not.
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.
Yes; chlamydia is easily cured with antibiotics.
Chlamydia is curable whether or not someone has HIV.
Chlamydia is bacterial, and, like so many bacterial illnesses, it can be cured with antibiotics.
Yes, chlamydia is always curable with antibiotics, no matter how long you had it; however damage caused by chlamydia infection can not be reversed. Treatment failure is quite rare. It's more common for someone infected with chlamydia to get reinfected soon after, perhaps because partners didn't finish treatment before they had sexual contact again, or perhaps from a new partner. That is the reason that retesting for chlamydia is recommended three months after treatment.