I am a GLBTI person.

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Gay flag SMI am a GLBTI, could I also have Chlamydia?

Yes you could have Chlamydia.

Chlamydia is a bacteria that is transmitted through sexual contact (usually intercourse – penis/vagina or anal).

This little germ doesn’t discriminate between the sexual or gender identity of the people having sex – so if you have had unprotected sex (penis/vagina; anal sex; penetration with sex toys) with someone who has Chlamydia then you could also be at risk for Chlamydia. The testing and the treatment are the same whoever you are.

 

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