STI Testing and Treatment
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) affect people of all ages. Rates of STIs in the United States continue to rise. Any sexual encounter, whether vaginal, anal or oral can put you at risk for an STI.
Some STIs can be asymptomatic (show no signs) for months or even years, but still cause damage in the body.
If a woman has been infected and becomes pregnant, some STIs can harm her developing baby. It’s important to be tested as soon as you find out you’re pregnant.
Condoms don’t prevent STIs completely. The only way to prevent an STI is to practice abstinence.
We currently test for two of he most common STIs, chlamydia and gonorrhea. If you think you may be infected, make an appointment for a free test.