As GOV UK suggest
“Chlamydia is the most commonly diagnosed sexually transmitted infection (STI) in England. The prevalence of infection is highest in young sexually active women (15 to 24 year olds).Chlamydia often has no symptoms but, if left untreated, can have serious health complications in women including pelvic inflammatory disease, ectopic pregnancy and tubal factor infertility. The primary aim of the National Chlamydia Screening Programme is to reduce the health harm caused by untreated chlamydia infection.”
NCSP: programme overview. The Gov UK website. Retrieved 14th February 2024
NCSP: programme overview – GOV.UK
From the NHS
The article suggests when you should get tested for chlamydia. This includes when a person under 25 should consider more regular testing. Chlamydia – Diagnosis – NHS
HOW TO GET A CHLAMYDIA TEST
How to get a chlamydia test is explained in the local self referral section on this page. This includes, how in certain situations you can order a Home STI Test kit, rather than needing to attend a clinic.