Chlamydia Screening Programme
For people aged between 15-24 years of age in Sefton
- Chlamydia is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the UK.
- When tested, 1 in 14 people aged between 15-24 were found to have chlamydia
- Just because you don't have any symptoms does not mean you don't have it.
- It may only take one episode of unprotected intercourse with an infected person to catch Chlamydia. A simple test can confirm if you have Chlamydia and it can be easily treated with antibiotics.
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Why get tested
Chlamydia is the most common Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) – 1 in 14 people aged between 15-24 years of age who have been tested are infected with Chlamydia....read more
How does the test work?
STI testing is free and painless. ...read more
What happens if I have Chlamydia?
Chlamydia is easy to treat with antibiotics which are free. It should be treated as early as possible to prevent future complications....read more