Chlamydia is a commonly-found microorganism inhabiting the genital tract.

It can provoke such symptoms as a mucopurulent cervicitis or PID. It can also remain symptomless.

When identified, it is normally treated, and the sexual partner treated also.

Normal Values*

Chlamydia Negative

*These are general values taken from a variety of sources. The actual normal values may vary from lab to lab and from one type of testing protocol to another.

Source: Operational Medicine 2001,  Health Care in Military Settings, NAVMED P-5139, May 1, 2001, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Department of the Navy, 2300 E Street NW, Washington, D.C., 20372-5300

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