Can You Get Chlamydia From A Yeast Infection?


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doctor C answered
No you cannot,because the yeast is not a sexually transmitted disease
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Nikkie Marron answered

No, I have Chlamydia and it is ann STD: so the only way you can get it is from sex, nothing to do with yeast infections..

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ray of light answered
The chlamydia is a bacterium and is STD. It cause infections in mouth and genital organs. The fungus are not bacteria, they belong to other class. They also cause infections both systemic and topical including on genital organs. The fungal infection of vagina is usually accompanied by chlamydia making it mixed infection. But fungal infection can not give rise to chlamydia.
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Anonymous answered
Although a yeast infection is not officially considered an STD, it can be passed between partners via sex. Chlamydia trachomatis is bacterium that causes a sexually transmitted infection. The transmission of Chlamydia includes vaginal or anal sexual contact. The signs of a Chlamydia infection are unusual vaginal discharge, bleeding after intercourse, bleeding between menstrual periods, abdominal or pelvic pain. It is treated with antibiotics. You can consult a gynecologist for a correct diagnosis and treatment of your symptoms and to detect a possible Chlamydia infection.

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