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After you get a chlamydia shot can you still pass it on?
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Dr. Robert Kwok
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In brief: Usually not
Chlamydia infections are often treated by oral antibiotics.
If a patient got a shot of antibiotics to get rid of a chlamydia infection, then he is likely cured, after a few days. Cure rates are never 100%, so the patient may want to be rechecked by his doctor. Also, every person the patient had contagious contact with would have to be treated so that the patient doesn't catch it back again.

In brief: Usually not
Chlamydia infections are often treated by oral antibiotics.
If a patient got a shot of antibiotics to get rid of a chlamydia infection, then he is likely cured, after a few days. Cure rates are never 100%, so the patient may want to be rechecked by his doctor. Also, every person the patient had contagious contact with would have to be treated so that the patient doesn't catch it back again.
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