More than half of ALL sexually active people will contract an STD by the age of 25.
There are over 25 types of STDs, many of which show no symptoms at first.
Many STDs can create complications that could affect the rest of your life. It is important for your health to be educated about STDs and know if you or your partner have an STD before you become sexually active.
If you have had any sexual partner who has been sexually active with someone other than you, then you are at risk of having an STD, many of which show no signs or symptoms at first. The risk significantly increases with every sexual partner you have. It is important to be tested so that if you have an STD, not only can you start treatment right away, but also so you do not spread the STD to your sexual partner. It is equally important for your sexual partner to be tested before you are sexually active with him or her to ensure you are not at risk of contracting an STD from that person.
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