Chlamydia refers to a bacterial STI ; although often asymptomatic, it is thought to be one of the most damaging of all the STIs. (see STI) Chlamydia is also defined as an organism causing a sexually transmitted disease ; the symptoms in males are a thin, clear discharge and mild pain or urination; females are frequently asymptomatic.

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