What Is the Incubation Period for Chlamydia?

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The incubation period for Chlamydia is seven to twenty one days. Symptoms usually occur one to three weeks after exposure to the bacteria causing the disease. It is treated with antibiotics with a single dose or a course lasting at least two weeks.
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