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Title: Chlamydia - from Melbourne Sexual Health Centre (Links to English resource)
Summary: Chlamydia trachomatis is the most common bacterial sexually transmitted infection in our community. It affects both women and men, including men who have sex with men. In women it causes an infection of the cervix and in men it infects the urethra. Less commonly Chlamydia can infect the anus or can also cause conjunctivitis (inflammation of the eye).
Organisation: Melbourne Sexual Health Centre
Publishing date: October 2012
Last reviewed: October 2015
Target audience: General
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