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What Does Chlamydia Look Like on a Woman?

If you have recently had unprotected sex with someone that has Chlamydia it can be a difficult couple of weeks waiting until you can take an STI test. For some sexually transmitted diseases, a variety of symptoms may give you an early indication of whether or not you have contracted the infection but most cases of Chlamydia are asymptomatic. 

So, what does Chlamydia look like in women? In 70% of cases, Chlamydia does not present with symptoms in women. In the cases where symptoms do appear, they may include:

  • Changes to discharge
  • Increased need to pee
  • Pain or burning sensation when peeing
  • Painful sex
  • Itching or burning sensations around the vagina
  • Pain in the abdomen

Read on to learn more about Chlamydia symptoms in women as well as how to tell if a woman has Chlamydia, complications, testing options and how the disease is treated. 

Woman with symptoms of an STD such as a vaginal odor kneeling on a bed