Many people have no obvious symptoms. But,
25% of women and 50% of men do develop symptoms from 1-3 weeks after coming into contact with Chlamydia.
It’s important to get screened, even if you feel fine and have no symptoms – just to make sure. If you do get symptoms you might notice:
It’s confidential and no-one will even know you’ve asked for a test.
It’s important to get screened, even if there are no obvious symptoms
Yes! You should have a test if you’ve ever been sexually active
Getting tested is a very responsible thing to do and is a sign that you value yourself and your health.