A bacterium-like organism that infects your cock, ass, vagina, throat and eyes. It often occurs at the same time as gonorrhea.


It's common not to have any symptoms, so it's important to be tested regularly. If they occur, it's usually within 2-14 days, but can take up to 3 weeks. Symptoms include eye irritation, milky or clear discharge from your cock, ass or vagina, an itching or stinging sensation while pissing, and testicular pain or tenderness.


It's easily transmitted by giving or receiving anal, oral or vaginal sex, and by fingerfucking or fisting. It can be transmitted by touching an infected area and then your own genitals or ass. Someone with no symptoms can still transmit it. Using condoms and latex gloves can help prevent it, as can washing your hands right after sex.


It’s easily cured with antibiotics.

What else you should know

Having chlamydia makes it easier to transmit or get HIV. Untreated, it can result in serious infections of the balls and urethra, and Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, a condition in which the bacteria move up through the cervix, into the uterus, tubes and ovaries.

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