Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Chlamydia state's most infectous disease
Chlamydia is the state of Tennessee’s most infectious disease and the numbers of those with the chlamydia has doubled over the last decade. Jeanece Seals with the Tennesssee Department of health is encouraging people to get tested for the S-T-D since it has no symptoms. Q: audio Chlamydia state’s most infectious disease “ In fact about half of the people who may have it have no symptoms. So you can be infected with chlamydia and not have any symptoms present, so you don’t know:that you have it (11 secs) Screening for the disease is non-invasive but if not treated complications can be significant Q: audio 2 chlamydia state’s most infectious disease Some who has Chlamydia- who encounters the HIV virus- would by much more likely to contract that virus. In other words, Chlamydia has a synergistic affect (12 secs) Women are more likely to get it than men and ages 15 to 25 are most common. Tests are free of charge in all county health offices in Tennesse (CC)

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