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Chlamydia Facts & Brochures

Chlamydia - Fact Sheet Chlamydia – Fact Sheet
How do people get chlamydia? What are the signs and symptoms of chlamydia? How does chlamydia affect a pregnant woman and her baby?

Chlamydia: The Facts - Brochure Chlamydia: The Facts – Brochure
Basic information about chlamydia in plain language.

PID - Fact Sheet Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) – Fact Sheet
What is PID? How do women get PID? What are the signs and symptoms of PID? How can PID be prevented?

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease - The FactsPelvic Inflammatory Disease: The Facts – Brochure
If untreated, chlamydial infections can progress to serious reproductive and other health problems such as pelvic inflammatory disease (PID).


 
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