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                                                          Do I Need an STD Test?
                                                                  By Tim Leach



   With millions of new cases of infections every year in the US, STDs are a danger that everyone
needs to be aware of. But while there are thousands of STD testing clinics throughout America offering
anonymous STD testing, many people still don’t know under what circumstances they should take a
test. Here is a list of five occasions when comprehensive STD testing is essential; some of them are
common sense (after unprotected sex with a stranger, for example), but some times it isn’t so
straightforward…

You have a one night stand

 Even if you engaged in protected penetrative sex, you may still be at risk of infection – be aware that
some STDs, such as herpes, can be transmitted through oral sex. Of course, if you have had
unprotected penetrative sex with a stranger, you should strongly consider visiting a local STD testing
clinic – if you are concerned about confidentiality, many of them offer anonymous STD testing.

You want to have unprotected sex with a long term partner

 Before having unprotected sex with a partner, it is recommended that both you and your partner take
some comprehensive STD tests. It is a common misconception that the contraceptive pill protects
against sexually transmitted diseases. While the pill does prevent pregnancy, it provides no protection
against STDs, and testing is recommended for both you and your partner before you engage in
unprotected sex. Many STDs can be completely asymptomatic, so just because you don’t have any
obvious symptoms does not mean you or your partner haven’t been exposed. It may not be very
romantic, but STD testing at the beginning of a new relationship is essential for safe health and peace
of mind.

You are pregnant

 Another strange myth is that pregnancy offers protection against STDs. It does not; more seriously,
there are a number of STDs that can cause complications during pregnancy. Some (such as Herpes,
HIV and Syphilis) can be passed on to the baby as it is born. Comprehensive STD testing is usually
standard procedure in pre-natal medical care at several points during the pregnancy – ask your
OBGYN if you need further information.

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You have three or more sexual partners in a single year

 If you have three or more sexual partners in one year, it is strongly recommended that you undergo
comprehensive STD testing, even if you engage in protected sex with all of them. It is also
recommended that all sexually active women under the age of 25 should take a Chlamydia test at least
once a year, as the disease is extremely common and rarely shows symptoms. If you are worried
about your tests appearing in insurance documents, many clinics offer anonymous STD testing.

You have injected drugs or steroids

 While some STDs can only be contracted through direct sexual contact, HIV, hepatitis and several
other STDs are transmitted through contact with infected blood. The risk is especially high with shared
or previously used needles, but if you have ever injected yourself with drugs or steroids you should go
to an STD testing clinic to get tested.

Tim Leach is the Marketing Manager of USA Lab Testing (http://www.usalabtesting.com), providers of
anonymous STD testing.




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                                            What Are the Symptoms of STDs?
                                                    By Tim Leach



People are very funny about sexually transmitted diseases. Despite our society’s increased openness
about sexuality in general, STDs are still a huge taboo: people find it embarrassing to admit that
they’ve even been tested (even though it’s a mature decision to make) let alone if they ever had
treatment for a disease.

 As such, people are always going to great pains to avoid making an appointment for an STD test.
They increasingly do internet research to find out symptoms and try and figure out what’s wrong with a
self diagnosis, even though this really isn’t the sort of thing that you should second guess – untreated
STDs can lead to infertility, brain damage, heart disease, birth defects and in some cases death. And
of course, they can also be spread onto others, giving them the risks as well. If you are in any doubt
about your health, or think you have been taking risks, then you should really get an STD test.

 So although I’m going to outline some of the symptoms that sufferers might see, this is not a substitute
to a proper test for two reasons:

1)Many of the symptoms of STDs can be easily confused with those of similar conditions
2)In a good proportion of cases, those with STDs will exhibit no symptoms at all!

 But with those caveats out of the way, here are the symptoms you might see if you have picked up a
sexually transmitted disease:

In Women

• Sores, blisters or bumps around the genitals, anus and/or mouth
• A burning sensation while urinating
• An itching sensation while urinating
• Itching, unusual odour and/or unusual discharge from the vagina or anus
• Pains or aches in the lower abdomen
• Bleeding from the vagina outside of your period

In Men

• Sores, blisters or bumps around the genitals, anus and/or mouth
• A burning sensation during urination
• An itching sensation during urination
• Unusual discharge from the penis
• Itching, pain or discharge from the anus

 Bear in mind that if these symptoms do indeed represent a sexually transmitted disease’s presence
and that the likelihood is that said STD is from a recent sexual encounter that symptoms can take
weeks, months and sometimes ever years to manifest themselves. This means that not only can it be
difficult to figure out where you may have got it, but also that if symptoms don’t show up immediately
this does not mean you have avoided catching a STD.



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 To conclude and reiterate: although the above symptoms may appear in many STD sufferers, the truth
is that there is only one way to be absolutely certain of your health: book a STD test. The symptoms
could be a STD, they might be related to something else, or they might be nothing to worry about! If
you have any reason to believe that you may have caught a sexually transmitted disease, book an
STD test today, and rest with peace of mind – there’s really nothing to be embarrassed about.

Tim Leach is the Marketing Manager of USA Lab Testing (http://www.usalabtesting.com), providers of
confidential STD tests.




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