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STDTransmissionSymptomsDiagnosisScreening/RisksComplicationsTreatmentChlamydia-Chlamydia trachomatis invadesthe mucous membranes of mouth, anus, throat,vagina, or urethra-ejaculation not necessary-men: discharge, testicular pain, prostate pain-women: discharge, pelvic pain, irregular bleeding, burning with urination, pain with intercourse-swab of urethra, cervix, rectum-NAAT (for men)-urethra, rectal, or pharyngeal culture for MSM-women <25 years old-all pregnantwomen at first prenatal visit-MSM-PID-infertility-ectopic pregnancy-men: not many complications-babies: blindness, lung infection-antibiotics-retest women in 3months-sexual partner should be treatedGonorrhea-Neisseria gonorrhoeae invades the mucousmembranes of the mouth, throat, anus,urethra, or vagina-ejaculation not necessary-men: discharge, testicular pain, painful urination-women: bleeding, itching, painful urination, discharge-Swab of the cervix, urethra, throat, rectum and culture -NAAT-pharynx and rectalculture-screen sexuallyactive women-MSM-joint infection-arthritis-infertility-PID
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partner, Sexual intercourse, Human sexual behavior, Syphilis, -sexual partner