Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted bacterial infection that requires medical treatment to fully resolve. In most cases, chlamydia does not go away on its own and can lead to serious health complications if left untreated. However, some people may not experience any symptoms and may not know that they have the infection. In these cases, the infection can persist for a long time and cause damage to the reproductive system. Therefore, it is important to get tested and treated for chlamydia if you suspect you may have been exposed to the infection. Treatment typically involves a course of antibiotics prescribed by a healthcare professional. It is important to follow the treatment plan as directed and to abstain from sexual activity until the infection has fully resolved.