Network Medical Women’s Center offers no cost STI testing and treatment for women. STIs (also known as STDs) are passed from one person to another through sexual contact or infected blood. While some people may experience symptoms, others do not.

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Are you having any of the following common symptoms?

• Pain, burning, itching around your vagina.
• Pain when you urinate.
• Abnormal vaginal discharge or odor.
• Pain when you have sex.
• Small bumps on your vagina, vulva, anus or thighs.

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Does your sexual partner have an STD?

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Even without symptoms, an STI can cause problems. If you have had sexual contact with a partner, you can have an STI and not know it.

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STI Testing & Treatment for Women

How You Get It

  • Spread during vaginal, anal or oral sex with someone who has Chlamydia.

If You Don’t Get Treated

  • Can lead to more serious infection. Reproductive organs can be damaged.
  • May no longer be able to have children.

How You Get It

  • Spread during vaginal, anal or oral sex with someone who has Gonorrhea.

If You Don’t Get Treated

  • Can lead to more serious infection. Reproductive organs can be damaged.
  • Can cause heart trouble, skin disease, arthritis and blindness.
  • May no longer be able to have children.

How You Get It

  • Spread during vaginal, anal or oral sex with someone who has Hepatitis B.
  • Spread by sharing needles to inject drugs, or for any other reason.
  • Spread by contact with infected blood. 

If You Don’t Get Treated

  • Some people cannot be cured. Symptoms go away, but they can still give Hepatitis B to others.     
  • Can cause permanent liver damage or liver cancer. 

How You Get It

  • Spread during vaginal, anal or oral sex, and sometimes by genital touching, with someone who has Herpes.

If You Don’t Get Treated

  • Herpes cannot be cured, but medicine can help control it.
  • Can make it easier to get HIV

How You Get It

  •  Spread during vaginal, anal or oral sex with someone who has HIV.
  • Spread by sharing needles to inject drugs, or for any other reason.
  • Spread by contact with infected blood.

If You Don’t Get Treated

  • HIV cannot be cured, but medicine can help control it.
  • Can cause illness and death.

How You Get It

  • Spread during vaginal, anal or oral sex, and sometimes by genital touching, with someone who has Syphilis.

If You Don’t Get Treated

  • Can cause heart disease, brain damage, blindness and death.

How You Get It

  • Spread during vaginal sex.

If You Don’t Get Treated

  • Can make it easier to get other STIs, including HIV.
  • Uncomfortable symptoms will continue.

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