Sexual Health FAQs
- What are STDs?
- How common are STDs?
- Why should I take an STD test?
- Do I need routine STD testing if I always use condoms?
- Should I get tested straight after a potential exposure?
- Should my sexual partner also get tested?
- Understanding your HIV Test Results
- Important tips for collecting a blood sample for your HIV test
- How do I read my HIV test report?
- Who is most at risk of HIV?
- What is the 4G HIV Test?
- What is HIV?
Chlamydia & Gonorrhea
- What is chlamydia?
- How common is chlamydia?
- What are the symptoms of chlamydia?
- What is gonorrhea?
- How common is gonorrhea?
- What are the symptoms of gonorrhea?
- What are ways to reduce my risk of trichomoniasis?
- What is trichomoniasis?
- Can I get trichomoniasis again after successful treatment?
- What are the symptoms of trichomoniasis?
- How common is trichomoniasis?
- How is trichomoniasis transmitted?
- What is syphilis?
- What are the symptoms of syphilis?
- How common is syphilis?
- How is syphilis transmitted?
- How long after a possible exposure should I test for syphilis?
- At what stages is syphilis contagious?
- What is hepatitis?
- What are the symptoms of hepatitis B and C?
- How common are hepatitis B and hepatitis C?
- How are hepatitis B and hepatitis C spread from person to person?
- How are hepatitis B and C treated?
- Should I get tested straight after a potential exposure to hepatitis B or hepatitis C?