One of the most common STIs, it's very easy to treat and cure. More than 2 in 3 women with chlamydia won’t have any obvious signs or symptoms, or will have symptoms so mild they go unnoticed. Symptoms can show up 1–3 weeks after coming into contact with chlamydia, and might include painful urination, unusual vaginal discharge, bleeding after sex or inbetween periods, and pelvic pain.
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