Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI's)
(STI's) are infections or diseases that are passed on during unprotected sex with an infected partner. This includes vaginal, anal or oral sex. Some STI's can be passed on just by skin-to-skin contact. There are ways that you can reduce your risk of catching or passing on an STI.
STI testing is very simple and usually involves a blood test and self collected swabs of vagina, anus, throat and a urine test. Testing sites depend on your individual situation.
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How common are STI’s in Australia?
Sources: Kirby Institute 2017b; National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System; Table S1.4.3.
There are solutions!
Talk to your nurse practitioner or doctor. He or she can examine you and perform tests to determine if you have an STI. Treatment can:
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