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. If you've been trying for a year, consider talking with your gynecological health care provider about appropriate testing given your history.
Yes it could; get it treated right away.
No, your baby will not catch chlamydia. If you believe you could be infected, and you are pregnant, see your doctor soon.
No; but chlamydia can cause PID. And they could both be treated by herbal medicine "fuyan pill"
Ulcers and babies are not related. Having an ulcer has no relation to trying to get pregnant. If you suspect you have an ulcer, see your doctor as it could become a serious condition if not properly treated.
Either you had the infection prior to becoming pregnant, or your husband infected you.
If your symptoms did not disappear after chlamydia treatment, you should contact your health care provider. You could have an additional infection, or could have a complicated cause requiring longer treatment.
No; you must be tested to confirm that you have chlamydia. It's possible that the other antibiotics cleared chlamydia, even though you didn't take them for that purpose. Ask your health care provider for advice based on the antibiotics you took.
You could have itching after chlamydia treatment because you have another infection, such as yeast or trichomoniasis. Or you could be continuing to recover from the infection. Also, you could have some other skin condition that's causing itching. Contact your health care provider for accurate diagnosis and effective treatment.
i had my periot two weeks ago and am trying get pregnant today i sow letht bleeding could am pregnant
Absolutely. The IUD doesn't prevent chlamydia; it doesn't cause chlamydia either. If you have sexual contact with someone who's infected, you could get chlamydia.
You could have chlamydia all during pregnancy and your doctor not know if you weren't tested during your pregnancy. Although chlamydia testing during pregnancy is the standard of care, unfortunately it's not unusual for doctors not to screen pregnant women for chlamydia if they perceive the woman to be at low risk. If you have any concerns, please ask for a test by name.
If the person is currently infected, you could get chlamydia from them. If they were successfully cured, you can't get it from them.