Sexually transmissible infections (STIs) are common and anyone who is sexually active can catch one. It can be hard to know if you have an STI as often there are no signs.

This service is designed to help you decide which tests you might need to check for STIs. It only takes about 3 minutes to complete.

What this service involves:

  • You will be asked a few questions about your recent sexual activity.
  • After answering the questions, this service will provide you with a report.
  • Print the report and take it to your doctor. Your doctor will then advise you on whether the recommendations in the report are appropriate. The printed report contains medical information which your doctor may find helpful.

The recommendations are based on the answers you give. They are not a diagnosis. They are only intended to be a guide and will not be appropriate to all individual circumstances.

It is essential that you consult a doctor if you have any genital or physical symptoms or if you think you could have an infection.

Your privacy

The information you provide is strictly confidential. From time to time we use information provided by users on an anonymous basis to evaluate the service.

Disclaimer

While considerable care has been taken in preparing the information on this site, Bayside Health does not warrant that the information is appropriate for you. If you rely on the information, you do so entirely at your own risk. Before relying on the information, you should discuss it with your doctor.

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