Chlamydia is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases in the U.S. This infection is easily spread because there may be no symptoms and may be unknowingly passed to sexual partners. Many doctors recommend that people with more than one sex partner be tested for chlamydia regularly, even if they don't have symptoms. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how chlamydia is contracted, what it looks like, how to treat it, and much more.
Symptoms of Chlamydia
Learn the symptoms of chlamydia, which is a sexually transmitted disease (STD).
Read about the diagnosis and treatment of chlamydia, a sexually transmitted disease (STD).
Chlamydia Symptoms and Treatments
WebMD explains the causes, symptoms, and treatment of chlamydia, a common sexually transmitted diseases that affects women and men.
Learn how to prevent chlamydia, a sexually transmitted disease, from the experts at WebMD.
Safe Sex After 50: Preventing STDs, Using Condoms, and More
WebMD article on preventing STDs in adults in middle-age and beyond.
When and How to Reveal You Have an STD
Telling a new sex partner you have an STD (sexually transmitted disease) such as herpes can be intimidating. Louanne Cole Weston, PhD, offers her advice for having “the conversation” before – not after – you have sex and risk passing along a sexually transmitted disease.
Chlamydia Still #1 Sex Disease
You probably don't know whether you have chlamydia. And that's why it's the No. 1 sexually transmitted disease in the U.S. Despite a simple cure, this silent infection continues to exact a serious toll on America's health.
The Scope of STDs
A look at some of the most common STDs, as well as the scope of the problem in the United States and abroad.