It's Better To Know
A text message service notifying someone they may have been exposed to chlamydia.
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We will send an anonymous text message to your sexual partner informing them that they may have been exposed to an STI and that they should get tested and treated.
This service is temporarily unavailable. Please contact our admin team if you need more information.
How Does It Work?
Tested positive for an STI?
Get treatment for your infection
Inform your partner anonymously
Your partner gets tested and treated
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You’ve tested positive for Chlamydia. What next?
Firstly, make sure you get the correct treatment for your Chlamydia! At e-Surgery.com, we offer treatment for a variety of sexual health conditions including chlamydia and herpes. Unsure about what treatment you need? Don’t hesitate to ask us using our free Ask-A-Pharmacist service.
Next, it’s important to inform your sexual partner(s) about your positive chlamydia result so they can also get tested and treated.
How should I tell my partner to get tested for chlamydia?
We know it can be difficult and awkward to tell someone about this problem in person. Our e-Surgery anonymous chlamydia text messaging service is completely free and will inform your sexual partner(s) that they need to get tested.
Why should I tell my partner to get tested for chlamydia?
Many people don’t know they have an chlamydia as they don’t necessarily experience symptoms straight away. Untreated chlamydia can lead to a number of complications including chronic pain and infertility. It is important for their health – and the health of the people they may be having sex with.
Informing your partner(s) helps stop the spread of chlamydia.
It can also stop you from getting re-infected!
When should I tell my partner to get tested for an chlamydia?
It is important to inform all current and past sexual partners as soon as you test positive for an chlamydia. The longer you wait, the more you put their sexual health at risk. Waiting also makes it more likely that they have passed on the infection to someone else.