If you're pregnant with chlamydia, you should get treatment as soon as possible. There are safe and effective treatments for pregnant women. You should ensure that all partners are treated, and that you abstain from oral, anal, and vaginal sex -- avoiding sex even with a condom -- until treatment is complete. You should be retested three months after treatment, and retested near the time of delivery.
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.
If you have chlamydia, you're at risk for pregnancy. You should complete treatment before trying to get pregnant.
Yes, a man with chlamydia can get a woman pregnant, and infect her with chlamydia as well. You should abstain from vaginal sex or use contraception if you don't want to get pregnant. Untreated chlamydia and gonorrhea can cause scarring which can impair fertility, but a history of gonorrhea and/or chlamydia doesn't mean you can't get pregnant.
Yes, you can get pregnant if you and your partner have chlamydia.
Having chlamydia does not make you pregnant.
There is no need to wait to conceive after effective treatment for chlamydia.
You should not try to become pregnant when you have chlamydia. Please consult the physician. He will treat your chlamydia infection. Then you can try to have the baby.
A pregnant woman can get chlamydia by sexual intercourse. Chlamydia can be treated with a single dose of azithromycin.
Yes, you can get pregnant and catch chlamydia at the same time.
While chlamydia can cause fertility problems in the future, it's not harder to get pregnant if you have chlamydia. Use contraception regularly if you're not trying to get pregnant.
If infected, then yes a pregnant woman can give a man chlamydia.
Yes. You should abstain from vaginal sex or use contraception if you don't want to get pregnant. Untreated chlamydia and gonorrhea can cause scarring which can impair fertility, but a history of gonorrhea and/or chlamydia doesn't mean you can't get pregnant.