Enrolment is currently available to Auckland residents only. An enrolled patient is someone who has chosen Tend as their primary care provider.
Also known as: Chlamydial infection
If you have chlamydia symptoms and would like medical advice without needing to leave the house, you can book an online appointment with a Tend doctor through your app.
After the appointment, your doctor may advise that an additional, in-person appointment is required, to ensure you receive complete care. In some cases, we may require this before administering a prescription.
If this is the case, we'll book you for an in-person appointment at a time that suits you, at no extra charge.
Can you catch chlamydia more than once?
Yes, that’s why it is important to be regularly tested, especially if you have multiple partners.
Can you catch chlamydia from a toilet seat?
No, there is no risk of getting chlamydia or other STIs from a toilet seat.
Is there a vaccination for chlamydia?
No, there is no vaccination to prevent chlamydia.