STD/STI Referrals076-800

When you’re sexually active, pregnancy is usually your greatest concern. While pregnancy is something to be very concerned about, STD/STIs are equally, if not more, worrisome. You are only at risk for pregnancy about three days per month, during ovulation, but you are at risk for getting an STD every time you have unprotected sex.
It’s important to get tested, even if you aren’t experiencing symptoms because many women will experience no symptoms at all when they are infected. If you or your sexual partner are not experiencing symptoms, but are still infected, you could easily pass the infection on to someone else during unprotected sex. Additionally, leaving an STD/STI unchecked could result in major health issues and even death.
We provide referrals for free STD/STI testing at sites near you.
Anyone who has had unprotected sex one time should be tested. We make it a priority to serve you in any way we can while keeping your privacy in mind.

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