Prevent Fact Sheet

According to the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, CDC, and major medical groups, all sexually active females 25 years of age and younger should be screened for Chlamydia trachomatis (chlamydia) each year. Screening for pregnant women and older women with risk factors, such as multiple or new sexual partners, is also recommended. In addition, CDC recommends screening men who have sex with men and others at high risk.

  • Content Type: Flyer
  • Topic: Chlamydia
  • Language: English
  • Keywords: Chlamyida, screening, prevention, young women, std, transmission, PID, pelvic inflammatory disease, teenagers, EPT, expedited partner therapy, CDC, recommendation, routine, testing, partnership for prevention
  • Target Audiences:
    • Race: Any Race
    • Age: Any Age
    • Gender: Any Gender
    • Other: None
  • Date Produced/Published: Apr 10, 2009
  • Download: PDF (513 KB)