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Chlamydia is most common in young people under 25 years of age which you can get when you have sex. It is a serious sexually transmitted infection (STI).
This means that you may have the infection but show no signs or symptoms. So most of you won't know you have it. If left untreated the bacteria can affect the sex organs and can lead to infertility in women and men (unable to have a baby).
Chlamydia is easily spread and can be passed on through sexual contact. So if a person has an untreated chlamydia infection, there is a high risk they will pass it on to someone else (that includes you, if you happen to have unprotected sex with them).
You can do a simple self-test to find out whether you have chlamydia. Read more...