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1. Herpes Simplex Virus-1

2. Herpes Simplex virus-2

3. HIV 1&2

4. Chlamydia

5. Gonorrhea

6. Syphilis (RPR)


Chlamydia is the most frequently reported bacterial sexually transmitted disease in the United States.


1.              Hepatitis (B & C)

2.              Syphilis

3.              Gonorrhea

4.              Herpes Simplex Virus (I & II)

5.              Chlamydia

6.              Gonorrhea

7.              HIV


This disease can impact a woman’s ability to have children if left untreated.


If left untreated, hepatitis can lead to fatigue or more serious issues like liver failure. What’s most disturbing is how hepatitis can remain dormant in your body for years and cause no outward physical symptoms.

It may be impossible to detect hepatitis with just a physical examination because you may not have any noticeable symptoms. That’s why it’s important to be tested.


You can get genital herpes even if your partner shows no signs of the infection.


You should be tested for HIV if you...

§                Had unprotected sex. The greatest chance of becoming HIV infected is by having contact with an infected person’s blood, semen or vaginal secretions.

§                Have an existing sexual transmitted disease (because it increases your chances of becoming HIV infected.)

§                Share needles.

Even if you’ve been infected with HIV, you may not know it right away because you can look and feel healthy for many years afterward. It’s important to know that you have to be HIV infected (HIV positive) and turn ill to have AIDS. While HIV antibodies can be discovered 3 months after exposure, it’s best to be certain by being tested again at 6 months


If you’re having unprotected sex (including oral) and you have symptoms associated with this disease, you may want to get tested for syphilis. Keep in mind that if you’ve been exposed to syphilis, it make take up to 3 months for the antibodies to show up in your blood