STD Testing and Treatment

What are STDs?

STDs (Sexually Transmitted Diseases) are infections that a person can get from having sex with someone who has a STD.

How do I know if I have a STD?

Some STDs don't have symptoms, so a person could have one and not know it. 

Basically, if you have sex, you can get an STD.  

Get a check up right away if you, or your partner, have any of the following symptoms:  

  • Pain or burning while peeing 
  • Sores, warts, blisters, swellings, growths, or a rash on or around the penis, vagina, or anus (these may or may not be painful) 
  • A bad discharge or a strange smell from the vagina or penis
  • Burning, pain, or itching around the vagina, penis, or anus.  

How do they test me for STDs?

Testing for STDs can be as easy as peeing in a cup. For some women, the practitioner may need to do a pelvic exam to be able to tell if they have a STD. 

Some infections are treatable the same day that you are tested. Others require tests that might take a few weeks to get results.  

If you are positive for a STD, then you might be able to be treated right at our clinic by people you know and trust.

Want more info on STDs?

Please visit these trusted websites for more questions that you have on STDs.