One thing to let you know; Chlamydia of the eye, while it is possible, it's very uncommon in the United States.
Pink eye due to infection with chlamydia is an uncommon form of bacterial pink eye in the U.S., but it is very common in Africa and Middle Eastern countries. It can cause pink eye in adults and neonates. It is a cause of pink eye in adolescents and adults that can be sexually transmitted.
hi just to let you know that i had this in my right eye. i live in wales and did not go abroad so they are not sure how on earth i caught it as neither me nor my partner had an STD either!!! it was the worst time in my life and no one knew what it was for about 3-4 months - very painful!!! please be aware that people in ANY country can catch it!
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