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For certain STDs, we can start treatment if you have symptoms or have been exposed to an STD.
Yes, you will be treated if your test results come back positive.
We offer 50% off expedited partner treatment once your partner consents.
The best practice is to test for STDs if you’ve been exposed or are at risk of contracting an STD, however if you need treatment for symptom relief you can still request this by selecting “not sure”
Some STDs, like gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis and trichomoniasis, are curable with antibiotics. Others, such as HPV and HSV, are not curable but can often be managed with STD medication.
Even if you haven’t had vaginal intercourse, you can be infected through oral or anal sex. Some STDs can be transmitted via skin-to-skin contact.
While many people believe they won’t, gonorrhea and herpes are often transmitted this way, whether giving or receiving oral sex.
If you use a condom correctly, it provides some protection from STDs transmitted by body fluids. However, condoms aren’t 100% effective at protecting against all STDs as some STDs are spread through skin-to-skin contact.
If you are sexually active, you should be tested at least once a year or every 3-6 months if you have multiple or anonymous partners. It’s important to get tested if you’ve had vaginal, anal, or oral sex with a new partner, or if you are pregnant.
It is unlikely with most STDs, but kissing can sometimes spread herpes.
You can reduce the risk of or avoid infection by using condoms correctly, having fewer intimate partners, and not mixing drugs and alcohol with sex (they can impair your decision making). Abstinence (not having sex) is the most effective way to avoid STDs.
An STD isn’t proof your partner cheated on you. They may have had it for many years, before they knew you and were not aware they were contagious or infected. Remember, you can re-infect one another, so it’s important for both of you to be tested and treated at the same time (it’s simple, as you can get STD antibiotics online).
It is estimated that about 1 in 5 people have a sexually transmitted infection in the United States.
It’s not impossible, but also unlikely. Contrary to popular belief, the gonorrhea bacterium doesn’t survive long enough outside the body to be transmitted from a toilet seat or door handle.
STDs are contagious even when there are no symptoms and/or the disease is in its early stages. If you’re sexually active, get tested even if you have no symptoms or symptoms that seem unrelated (and seek prompt STD treatment if necessary).
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