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Hi To be on the safe side we recommend that you do not have sex until: - one week after your 1-day treatment; or - your 7-day treatment is complete, and - your sex partner(s) have also been treated, even if their test results are negative. Chlamydia is passed between people through unprotected oral, anal or vaginal sex. The bacteria can be found in semen, vaginal fluids, and rectal...
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