Men - 50% of men will not have any obvious symptoms. The most common symptoms in men are - a discharge from the tip of the penis, a burning pain when passing urine.
Women - 70–80% of women will not have any obvious symptoms. Women could notice – bleeding between periods or after sex, pain in the lower abdomen, particularly during sex, burning pain when passing urine, a change in the colour or amount of vaginal discharge.
If your lucky all you need is a quick wee sample, if not be prepared to drop your pants so a swab can be taken by inserting it into your penis, vagina, anus or throat. The decision on which test is suitable for yourself will depend on the symptoms you are showing.
Chlamydia is treated with antibiotics, most often a one-off dose which you will be given in the clinic. Don’t forget to tell the other half