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Chlamydia - What Increases Your Risk

Risk factors for getting chlamydia include:

  • Having unprotected sex (not using condoms).
  • Having more than one sex partner.
  • Having a high-risk partner or partners. This includes people who have more than one sex partner or sex partners who have chlamydia.
  • Starting sexual activity before age 18.

Any child with chlamydia needs to be seen by a doctor to determine the cause and to assess for possible sexual abuse. For more information, see the topic Child Abuse and Neglect.

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Last Updated: December 11, 2012
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