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A new study on Chlamydia infection and it’s spread has been conducted in UK and it gave us alarming results. One in nine young people are infected with the microorganism and it is estimated that the number of cases in 16-24 year-olds may be far higher. The number of women who tested positive for Chlamydia has increased three times over the past three years and Chlamydia is now the most commonly diagnosed STI in men and young men.

The major problem with Chlamydia is that, if not treated in time, may affect the uterus and fallopian tubes and lead to infertility and chronic pain.

A free screening program is being launched to help youngsters fight and stop the spread of the disease. A confidential screening service would be provided as part of a DoH-funded pilot initiative in order to make it easier for screening for chlamydia.

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simone wrote:

A new study on Chlamydia infection and it’s spread has been conducted in UK and it gave us alarming results. One in nine young people are infected with the microorganism and it is estimated that the number of cases in 16-24 year-olds may be far higher. The number of women who tested positive for Chlamydia has increased three times over the past three years and Chlamydia is now the most commonly diagnosed STI in men and young men.

The major problem with Chlamydia is that, if not treated in time, may affect the uterus and fallopian tubes and lead to infertility and chronic pain.

A free screening program is being launched to help youngsters fight and stop the spread of the disease. A confidential screening service would be provided as part of a DoH-funded pilot initiative in order to make it easier for screening for chlamydia.

WHERE AND WHEN IS THE FREE SCREENING TEST?
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