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Chlamydia may be spread during sexual intercourse via the exchange of bodily fluids through mucous membranes in the anus, mouth, and genital areas. This means that chlamydia is primarily spread through unprotected penetration (vaginal or anal) and/or oral sex (fellatio or cunnilingus - infrequent). It can also spread from a woman to her fetus during birth.