Australia's Intelligent STI Check - Fast, Convenient and Discreet
If You Have Symptoms
If you think you have STI / STD symptoms such as genital, oral or anal sores, rashes, lumps, itching, unusual discharge or bleeding, discomfort when urinating, lower pain or a sense of general un-wellness, it is important that you stop engaging in sexual activity and consult a doctor as soon as possible. Click here to read more about symptoms of an STI.
One of the reasons why STIs are so common is because they are often 'silent', making transmission likely and symptomatic detection difficult. People can be infected without showing any signs or symptoms, but if left un-diagnosed all STIs can lead to dangerous long term health issues, including chronic pain, infertility, sterility and even cancer.
All individuals engaging in sexually activity are recommended to have routine STI screening as part of their ongoing health management.
If You Believe You Have Been Exposed to HIV or Hepatitis B
If you believe you have been exposed to HIV or Hepatitis B in the last 72 hours you should immediately see a doctor, hospital or specialised clinic in order to receive preventive post-exposure treatment (PEP). Click here to learn more about PEP.
If you believe that you have been exposed to an STI, you should stop engaging in sexual activity immediately and get tested.
STI testing and in particular HIV testing requires informed consent. Informed consent means that you understand the reasons for testing, the testing procedures, the personal implications and that you voluntarily agree to be tested.
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