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Who would need a chlamydia trachomatis test?

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Dr. Kevin Fleishman
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Sexually active

Any person who is sexually active with more than one partner should get a yearly chlamydia test.
It is also a routine test in prenatal care.

In brief: Sexually active

Any person who is sexually active with more than one partner should get a yearly chlamydia test.
It is also a routine test in prenatal care.
Dr. Kevin Fleishman
Dr. Kevin Fleishman
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Dr. Marc Wager
Pediatrics

In brief: All sexually active

Chlamydia infections are reaching epidemic proportions.
Experts recommend that all sexually active adolescents should be screened because so many young men and women have no symptoms whatsoever. It can be done easily and painlessly with urinary screening, along with screening for gonorrhea.

In brief: All sexually active

Chlamydia infections are reaching epidemic proportions.
Experts recommend that all sexually active adolescents should be screened because so many young men and women have no symptoms whatsoever. It can be done easily and painlessly with urinary screening, along with screening for gonorrhea.
Dr. Marc Wager
Dr. Marc Wager
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