More men should be screened for chlamydia. That was the key recommendation arising from the Men's Health Forum's two year men and chlamydia project (2003-2005), the final report of which is available to download below.
15:45 . 25/02/20 . News
The government's proposed chlamydia screening programme could undermine both health and gender equality.
Our 2006 report showed how the growing epidemic of chlamydia in men could have dire consequences for the nation's health.
Chlamydia is the most common STI but it's not trivial. Untreated it can cause infertility.
STI's are the group of diseases transferred through sex. You know the drill: wear a condom.