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Apr 05,  · Serious answers only plz!!! Well my question is about ten years ago i was pregnant & during my pregnancy i found out that i had chlamydia & yes i got it treated but the problem is that i was so ignorant that my partner never got treated & we were still sexually active we have been broken up for a very long time & now i'm married & we too got pregnant a few . Aug 30,  · Chlamydia is a silent disease. with today's open lifestyle, it is increasing by leaps and bounds because the affected people are unaare that they may have Chlamydia. Causes. Chlamydia is a bacterial infection of the genitals and anus in men and women. This is a contagious disease. A bacterium chlamydia trachomatis causes chlamydia.

Jun 26,  · hey everyone. so i found out this week i have chlamydia from a guy i was seeing. i got the antibiotics and am following all recommendations by my doctor. however, the internet of course is freaking me out over possibly being infertile now from the infection. my question is- does anyone know how long you can go with chlamydia before it does serious damage? not saying . Apr 02,  · i am just wondering if a woman has HIV or STD would that affect in anyway if she was breastfeeding especially if she was breastfeeding a child.

Dec 23,  · So yesterday my doctors told me I had PID (pelvic inflammatory disease) and prescribed me some medicine. it starts with an "M"(if thats important.) He was kind of an *** the whole time too and gave me a shot of penicillin in my breasted.xyz way I'm breastfeeding my two month old and what I'm reading is that you should wait 12 to 24 hours to feed baby after taking it. Sep 26,  · Chlamydia is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases. It is caused by a bacteria called Chlamydia trachomatis. It is an infection of the reproductive and/or urinary tracts (and sometimes of the throat or rectum). It is possible to have other infections, such as gonorrhea, along with it. Chlamydia is easily treated with antibiotics.