Always a sensitive area to discuss.
Can I ask for how long you have been in your realtionship and how the Chlamydia was detected?
Has she not had the diagnosis of Chlamydia confirmed by a Dr?
Chlamydia is always a sexually acquired.
However in females asymptomatic infection is common. It can be only years later when complications occur that the infection is detected.
Bleeding after intercourse is an important symptom and is just as likely to be due to a problem with the cervix rather than Chlamydia.