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    Thanks for answering my question. You mentioned being able to be treated anonymously if it’s hard to talk. How can you be treated anonymously?


    @andesch You can anonymously let any sexual partners know that they should get tested & treated for chlamydia too through the thedramadownunder.info/ or www.letthemknow.org.au.  The most important thing is giving people the info they need to look after their health. Chlamydia often has no symptoms, so unless you’re told, you might never know!

    If you haven’t already been given the treatment for chlamydia (antibiotics) you can get a prescription from a GP (general practitioner) or get it for free at a sexual health clinic. It may feel awkward to return after you’ve been diagnosed with chlamydia, but this is the most common bacterial STI around. Doctors & clinics see it all the time & there’s really no judgment. It’s easy to get & easy to treat.  

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