Can chlamydia go away on its own?


According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, chlamydia must be treated and can cause significant health problems if ignored. Health risks are especially high for women.

The relevant CDC factsheet states that chlamydia can spread to a woman's uterus and fallopian tubes. Once there, it is capable of causing pelvic inflammatory disease, which may make it difficult or impossible for the woman to become pregnant. Another potential hazard of the disease is a fatal ectopic pregnancy in which the pregnancy occurs outside the uterus. In rare cases, chlamydia can cause infertility in men. Untreated chlamydia increases the risk of HIV transmission in both sexes.

Q&A Related to "Can chlamydia go away on its own?"
No, any type of sexually
from what i've read your body could fight it and get rid of it probably in the very first two years of contracting it
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