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I'm very sorry to hear this in a young person
The extent of the damage is really unknown.
many folks have chlamydia for a long time with no damage at all.
I bet you are fine because if you had PID, you would have had chronic pelvic pain this whole time
I suspect the pain and blood flow was an unrelated issue
I don't think you have any damage from it
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You would need to have a pelvic ultrasound and a test to look into the fallopian tubes called a hysterosalpingogram
In addition, you would have developed symptoms if you had PID
No, I don't think this would be related to PID
you wouldn't have more bleeding
a doctor will treat the chlamydia. Yes. and that only
You would pay a lot for these tests in the US without insurance