Chlamydia is a widespread sexually transmitted infection that can cause serious health problems if left untreated – it cannot go away on its own.
Chlamydia symptoms will usually appear after 1-3 weeks but can start much later, some individuals will not show any sign of having Chlamydia at all.
First stages of Chlamydia are abnormal vaginal discharge (may be yellow and have a bad smell) also bleeding between periods & after sex. You can also experience painful urination & pain during sexual intercourse.
If you think you might have been exposed to Chlamydia, are experiencing symptoms or you have a new sexual partner – don’t wait to get tested – you can screen for this common STD at home with our FREE kits that are located behind the screen in the Reception area (where the Blood pressure monitor is located). Just come in and take one, no need to ask at the Reception desk.