Have you had sex with multiple partners and want to test for an STD/STI? Or maybe your partner has tested positive for an STD/STI. The CDC states that 1 in 4 women between the ages of 15-24 will contract an STD/STI this year. Half of all new cases are acquired by young people between 15-24. You owe it to yourself to be safe and take the vital step of being tested. 

Do I have an STD/STI?

Not knowing if you have an STD/STI can be a nerve-racking time. Some men and women experience no symptoms at all, while others do. Some common STD/STI symptoms are:

  • Changes in urination
  • Abnormal vaginal discharge
  • Pain during sex
  • Abnormal vaginal discharge
  • Abnormal bleeding
  • Rashes or sores

Are they treatable?

Most bacterial STD/STIs can be treated and cured with antibiotics. Treatment does not guarantee that complications have not already occurred. A few viral STD/STIs can be treated and occasionally cured. However, some can only be treated for symptoms, but not cured.

Can STD/STIs be prevented?

Yes, STD/STIs can be prevented. The only way to truly prevent yourself from getting one is avoiding sexual activity with more than one partner (who is uninfected) and them doing the same. It is the only way to avoid the risk of infections.

Timely diagnosis and getting the treatment you need right away is essential to avoid more severe or life-threatening problems. 

Contact us today and we can refer you to a local doctor or medical professional to get tested. 

We do not provide extended OB/GYN or pre-natal care, birth control prescriptions or devices, fertility testing, abortion services, or referrals for abortion.