You may not know you have it!
About 1 in 10 sexually active young people tested have
Chlamydia. Most people who have this infection have no signs or
symptoms and won’t even know they have it. Having a simple test
done will let you know!
The effects of chlamydia in women
Chlamydia can spread to other reproductive organs causing pelvic
inflammatory disease (PID: see below). This can lead to long-term
pelvic pain, blocked fallopian tubes, infertility and ectopic
pregnancy (pregnancy that occurs outside the womb).
The effects of chlamydia in men
Chlamydia can lead to a painful infection in the testicles and
possibly reduced fertility. It is thought that in some men it might
cause the prostate to become inflamed
If you are under 25 there are easy ways to a free
go on online at camstakeatest
and get one sent to you or visit the following venues:
Tel:- 01733 466601
Connexions Youth Access Point
Tel:- 01733 864500
Nene Valley Medical Practice
1st Tuesday of every month 2:30-5:00pm,
Monday 1:00-2:00pm, Thursday 12:00-2:00pm
Peterborough Regional College for students only.
To find out more about Chlamydia testing visit the