Chlamydia and the seriousness of STDs

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Click to edit Master subtitle style  12/17/10 Chlamydia and the  seriousness of STDs Rasheedah Duffy HCA 240
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 12/17/10 Introduction     In this presentation I will explain how STDs  are serious and how Chlamydia “ the silent  disease” can affect you your whole entire life if  not treated.
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 12/17/10 What is a STD?     STD stands for Sexually Transmitted Disease.   It is any disease that can be transmitted by  sexual contact.
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 12/17/10 Chlamydia     I have chose to talk about the disease  Chlamydia.  This is a sexual transmitted disease  that can damage a woman’s reproductive  organs.
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 12/17/10 Sings of Chlamydia      Chlamydia is known as the “silent disease”  because most of the people that contract it have  no signs or symptoms. If symptoms do show it  will be in 1 to 3 weeks.
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 12/17/10 How is Chlamydia diagnosed?      Doctors do laboratory test to detect  Chlamydia. Test can be performed by collecting  urine or other test.
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This note was uploaded on 12/16/2010 for the course HCA 240 taught by Professor Agnessamaniego during the Winter '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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