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Chlamydia three years back will not present with PID now.
Do you have a fever?
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If you had chlamydia that was treated with Azithromycin three years back, then it would not have progressed to PID, not then and not now.
If you do not have a fever, then PID is ruled out.
The first and most common symptom of PID is fever.
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Not likely. I doubt that this pain has anything to do with the previous episode of Chlamydia.
Rest assured. This should be investigated as a new onset symptom most likely unrelated to the chlamydia that you had before and definitely not due to PID since you do not have a fever.
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