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Chlamydia Symptoms

Chlamydia is often an asymptomatic STD, meaning it does not usually show any symptoms. This makes it extremely hard to detect without proper testing. Unfortunately, just because it does not show symptoms, that does not mean it will not cause major health problems if left untreated.

Womens' Symptoms

  • Lower back pain or lower abdomen pain
  • Vaginal bleeding or itching
  • Nausea
  • Fever
  • General discomfort or pain while engaging in sex

Mens' Symptoms

  • An itching sensation near the tip or opening of the penis

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Testing Options

It can be spread through vaginal, oral and anal sex and is diagnosed with a simple urine test.

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Chlamydia

Chlamydia, one of the most common STDs, can be easily detected through a simple urine test. As chlamydia is often asymptomatic, regular testing is particularly important in preventing the spread of infection. Testing for chlamydia can be done as soon as 72 hours after a potential recent exposure. Chlamydia is completely treatable, but left untreated it can cause serious and long-term damage.

Chlamydia is treatable with oral medication. It requires either a week of Doxycycline taken twice a day or just one dose of Azithromycin. It is important to abstain from sexual intercourse for 7 days after the Azithromycin pill is taken, or for the entire time Doxycycline is taken. This will prevent the spread of the disease before it has been cured. Please make sure that your sexual partner is also treated, since Chlamydia can be contracted again even after treatment has been completed.

Accurate is able to provide treatment should you test positive for chlamydia. We will call the necessary prescription in to the pharmacy of your choice.

*PLEASE NOTE* We are currently unable to provide treatment to patients in the following states: Alaska, Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nevada, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont, and Wyoming.