The Possibility Of Transmission If Having Sex With People With Chlamydial Bacteria?
If we have sex with a person with chlamydia, is it infected directly?
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Yes, Chlamydia trachomatis bacteria can be transmitted through sexual contact with sufferers. Your risk of contracting this bacteria is higher if you frequently change sexual partners, have sex with partners whose sexual history is not clear, and do not wear condoms during sexual intercourse. Of course, not everyone who has sex with someone with chlamydia will immediately get sick. The potential for this pain can also be affected by the sufferer's immune system.
However, it would be much better if you avoid any behavior that can increase your risk of contracting chlamydia. In this way, in addition to minimizing the risk of chlamydia transmission, the risk of other sexually transmitted infections, such as gonorrhea, genital warts, genital herpes, molluscum contagiosum, HIV, and so on can also be reduced.
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