Yes they can. Just many people don't notice Chlamydia and live with it without knowing that they are infected because it usually doesn't have any really significant symptoms.
Gynecologists check for chlamydia, because it can make women infertile or it can do damage to the baby if they are pregnant.
I don't know whether other doctors check for chlamydia on a regular basis. And as men hardly ever go to gynecologists, most male chlamydia infections will go unnoticed.
That part of education should be mandatory everywhere. Back when I was in school, chlamydia wasn't on the plan, but syphilis, aids, hepatitis and mycosis , virus warts, genital herpes, tripper, scrabies and pubic lice (*eeeewwww*) were. In all details. I remember some rather thin-skinned kids got sick and left class once or twice.
That's how people get things like chlamydia, not being educated about sex. In my school it's mandatory due to the increasing number of h0rny teenagers.
nope! they didn't teach sex ed in my school they were really strict couldn't even go out with a girl openly forget any sex lol.
we didnt really learn about pubic lice, tripper, scabies or mycosis? i have no clue what any of those are
i gotta google that lol. whats up with the funky name oh well, i'll just copy and paste that.
Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted infection and well, not only girls have sex.
at my school were taught names and if theyre cureable or not, thats it lol
Yes they can. Both males and females can get it.
Weren't you taught sexual education at school??
Of course lol, haven't you seen Easy A? :P
Whats? chlmadyia never heard of it lol.
It's an STI.
haha noo :p