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I just hope no one mistakes this for a positive and issues a press release welcoming it.YesSireeeBob said:There was a report on the One O'Clock News the 19% of women under 20 tested positive for chlamydia in the Coolock Well Woman's Clinic.
The average is normally 5.5% in the WW Clinics.
No link yet.
I'll be alright so. I'm not ever going to that niteclub beside the shopping centre though... :|fergalr said:
How dare you discriminate! What a terribly awful thing to imply! Claiming that some groups are more likely to have STD's, is discriminatory. It's like all those claims about Africans being more likely per capita to have HIV.odie1kanobe said:Its all those Wimmen from Malahide coming into the clinic.
Thats true as a GP in UK I know starts building a picture up with colleagues from other surgeries and if they can trace the carrier ...usually male, they send a letter asking him to make contact and then suggest he refer himself to an STD clinic.Darren Mac an Phríora said:Most people that have it don't know that they have it so the real figure could very well be around half of the women under 20.
I'll be alright so. I'm not ever going to that niteclub beside the shopping centre though... :|[/quote:5okh6kj4]Darren Mac an Phríora said:
constitutionus said:people tend to forget that blokes can get it too and seeing as it has no symptoms to us can pass it on to alot of women without knowing it.
i LOVE the idea of a bunch of "dort" girls going to coolock so mammy doesnt find out (hey theres alot of doctors southside so maybe they dont want the family friends to know ! but its a well known fact northside girls put out better than southsiders
god bless em !
the only ones randier are the north of irleand young ones.
on the plus side of the OP at least theyre GOING. chlamydia can leave a girl infertile if not treated so i'd much rather that didnt happen to em and while no GP im pretty sure it can be sorted with a course of antibiotics.
Anck-su-namun?[/quote:2efdo970]KingKane said:I'll be alright so. I'm not ever going to that niteclub beside the shopping centre though... :|Darren Mac an Phríora said: