Chlamydia is a bacterial infection that lives on the warm and wet lining inside your pee hole, vagina, butt hole or throat. Chlamydia is treatable, but you can get it over and over again.
It often doesn’t look like anything, this is called being asymptomatic. Depending on what parts of your body you use during sex, Chlamydia may look different for different people. It may feel like burning when you pee, swollen/painful balls, itchiness/discomfort or even bleeding from your butthole. It can also cause a funky pus to come out of your penis or vagina.
When the warm and wet lining of your pee hole, vagina, butt hole or throat comes in contact with those parts on a partner, or any of the fluids from those areas(not just cum), Chlamydia can be shared. This usually happens during vaginal sex, anal sex, oral sex or any combination of the three.
Chlamydia can look like nothing at all, which is why it is so good at getting around, so the only way to know is to get tested.