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    Diagnosis of Chlamydia vs UTI.
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    An_209290 posted:
    Will Chlamydia show up when tested for UTI or do you need to ask to be tested for this? I seem to have a lot of UTI infections recently.
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    chddb1 responded:
    As a male, I was tested for a UTI by inspection of my urine. But that is not going to show chlamydia. I had to be swabbed and had that tested twice for accuracy. In a female, I am not sure if that is the same or if the UTI testing will also test for infectious STD's like trich, gon, or chlam.
     
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    betsyo1967 responded:
    you need specific testing for chlamydia.

    are you male or female?
    Talking about std testing is NORMAL and something we all should be doing EVERY TIME before we have sex with a new partner :)


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