What are STIs?
STIs are infections that are passed from one person to another during sexual activities.
What Should I Do if I Get an STI?
Here’s your to-do list to get the answers you need.
STD vs STI — What’s the Difference?
Hint: there isn’t really a difference.
Six Things Sex Educators Wish You Knew About STIs
1 in 5 people has an STI.
Sexual health care is self-care! Learn how to protect yourself and your partners from sexually transmitted infections
How Do I Talk to My Parents About Birth Control and STIs?
Talking to a parent about sex might feel awkward at first. But it can also be really helpful and bring you closer together.
It all starts with taking care of you. Make an appointment to get tested at your nearest Planned Parenthood health center.
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In fact, STIs usually don’t cause symptoms -- people may not even know when they have one. Check out these resources to learn more about STI prevention, treatment, and stigma.
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