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IF you answer Yes to either of these questions YOU NEED TO GET TESTED!
- Have you had unprotected sex?
- Do you or your partner have multiple sexual partners?
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Most STD’s are reportable diseases
- Your physician or lab MUST report a positive result. The county or state will then try to locate infected partners.
- Using insurance creates an enduring record of the test.
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The Center for Disease Control CDC Sees ‘Alarming’ Increase in Sexually Transmitted Diseases
- - Many STD’s such as Chlamydia and Gonorrhea often show no symptoms!
- - 1.4 million cases of Chlamydia reported in 2014- the highest number ever to the CDC”
- - “350,000 cases of gonorrhea in 2014”
- - “Syphilis in men causes increased risk of HIV”
IF YOU HAVE HAD UNPROTECTED SEX:
YOU NEED TO TAKE A TEST!
Many STD’s show no symptoms, the only way to know for sure is to get tested. For those that do show symptoms the most common are:
- - Burning during urination
- - Discharge from the vagina or penis
- - Genital sores
- - Itching
- - Pain during sex
- - Lower abdominal pain
- - Testicular pain
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Chlamydia Test Kit
Syphilis Test Kit
Gonorrhea Test Kit
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National Library of Medicine
“In the case of sexually-transmitted diseases (STDs) the county or state will try to locate sexual contacts of infected people to make sure they are disease-free or are treated if they are already infected.”
CDC Sees ‘Alarming’ Increase in Sexually Transmitted Diseases
"Women can lose their reproductive health for a lifetime from infection of chlamydia or gonorrhea...."
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
“Any physician, intern, or other person who makes a diagnosis … a sexually transmitted infection shall make a report of such infection to the health authorities in accordance with the provisions of section 25-1-122(1)...."