Why should you be worried about Chlamydia?

  • Chlamydia is passed from one person to another during sex
  • You can get Chlamydia at any age, but it is much more common in people under 25
  • In the Borders, about one person in 10 under the age of 25 has Chlamydia
  • About 80% of people with Chlamydia have no symptoms at all – so they don’t know they have it
  • Chlamydia can lead to pelvic inflammatory disease in women.
  • The only way you know if you have Chlamydia is to get tested

Want to get a test?

  • Come to one of our clinics
  • Talk to a health adviser about Chlamydia on 01896 663700

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