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Chlamydia is a bacterial infection that can be transmitted by vaginal, anal, or oral sex. Chlamydia may be prevented by using condoms and dental dams or choosing not to have sex.

Most women who contract Chlamydia (75%) and about half of men do not have symptoms, but those who do may experience discharge or a burning sensation during urination. Chlamydia is cured with an antibiotic.

You may get tested for Chlamydia and all other STIs at University Health Services. Call (512) 471-4955 to make an appointment.

Partner Notification and Treatment Information for Chlamydia

Other Sexually Transmitted Infections

Hepatitis B

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