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It’s possible to have a sexually transmitted infection (STI) and to feel fine—that’s because STIs do not always cause symptoms. Because of this, it’s important to get tested for STIs if you’re sexually active, even if you are feeling OK. However, not everyone needs testing. STI testing recommendations depend on your gender, age, and the gender of your sex partners.

Select from the drop-down options to learn about what STI tests are recommended for you and how often you should get tested. You can also find helpful sexual health resources just for you.

You should always see a healthcare provider if you have symptoms of, or were exposed to, an STI or HIV.

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