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Things You Should Know About STD Testing

STDs can be a very scary topic. When you consider that approximately 20 million new cases of STDs occur each year in the United States, it becomes increasingly important to know the facts about STDs and how to get tested and treated. Below are some common questions and concerns about sexually transmitted diseases.

While some STDs do present noticeable symptoms, it is possible to contract an STD and not have any symptoms, especially with chlamydia and gonorrhea. In fact, about 50 percent of men and 75 percent of women who have chlamydia do not experience symptoms. If you have an STD, but do not have symptoms, you can still spread the infection to other people. Because of this, if you think that you may have an infection, it is important to be tested right away to avoid transmitting the disease.

It is not routine to test for STDs during your annual physical. Many doctors recommend an HIV blood test when you get your annual physical, but this usually is not done unless you ask for it. You can talk to your doctor to have STD testing done when you have your physical or you can have the testing done separately. Many people prefer to have the testing done elsewhere to increase their privacy and confidentiality with the testing process.

Some STDs are completely curable while others are manageable. The viral STDs, including genital herpes, HIV and genital warts, are not curable. The bacterial STDs, including gonorrhea, syphilis, chlamydia and trichomoniasis, are curable with antibiotics. If you have an incurable viral STD, there are treatments that can help you to manage your symptoms and prevent a worsening of the infection. However, even with treatment for a viral STD, there is still a chance that you can transmit it to sexual partners.

STDs are generally transmitted when you have contact with infected blood, semen, vaginal fluids and other bodily fluids. They are also transmitted via contact with mucous membranes or infected skin. Any contact with infected bodily fluids or select tissues puts you at risk for contracting an STD, including contact through anal sexual intercourse, vaginal sexual intercourse or oral sex. It is possible to become infected through sexual contact that does not involve any form of intercourse.

It is possible to be infected with an STD without engaging in sexual intercourse. Other forms of sexual contact, such as anal sexual intercourse and oral sex activities can lead to an STD infection. It is also possible to contract an STD by engaging in genital contact with penetration. It is important to note, however, that you cannot contract on STD through things like touching toilet seats, eating utensils, doorknobs or drinking fountains used by an infected person.

Condoms are highly effective in preventing STDs, but they do not provide 100 percent protection. Make sure to always use latex condoms that are new and not expired. Avoid using anything besides water-based lubricants when using a condom to help the latex maintain its integrity. Always use a new condom with each session of sexual intercourse. It is also important to make sure that the condom fits the penis so that it does not slide off during sexual intercourse.

Yes, you can have more than one STD at the same time. In fact, you can be infected with all of the different STDs at the same time. It is not common to have more than one STD, but it does occur. You will need to be treated for all of the individual STDs that are present. This may involve a mixture of antibiotics and antiviral medications. The curable STDs will be cured, but the incurable infections will remain and will require that you receive ongoing treatment.

All of the curable STDs, such as gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis and other bacterial STD infections, can occur multiple times. Curing the bacterial infection only cures it for that one time and this does not prevent future infections or provide you with immunity. The more STD infections that a person develops, the higher their risk of experiencing the serious complications of the infections or developing antibiotic resistance. Antibiotic resistance makes it very difficult to treat STDs in the future.

You should seek out STD testing any time that you suspect that you were infected. It is important that STDs are treated promptly to prevent further complications and to prevent the infection from becoming more difficult to treat. Even if you do not have any symptoms, if you were exposed to an STD, you should be tested as soon as possible. Since you can have more than one STD at a time, make sure that you promptly are tested for all STDs that you were exposed to.


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