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Both the chlamydia bacteria and HIV can be co- transmitted, or only one, or neither.
In general the rate of transmission of chlamydia from a woman to a man is about 32% (and from a man to a woman about 40%) from a single unprotected sexual exposure.
The rate of HIV transmission is much less- in general 5 to 10 per 10 000 with penile/ vaginal intercourse.
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If chlamydia is transferred, there may be a higher rate of HIV transmission- HIV viral levels tend to be higher in the genital secretions with co-infections.
But again it is not a guarantee- HIV may or may not be transmitted as well. There is no guarantee either way.