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Sexual healthcare IS healthcare. Don’t let shame, stigma, stress, or misinformation get in the way of taking care of your body, and that includes treating sexually transmitted infections, urinary tract infections, and vaginal infections.


Lots of people have STIs. Let’s take the “shhhhh” out of STI shame, and talk about it! First, ALL infections can be treated, and most can be completely resolved. But neither can happen until you know your status. Second, Planned Parenthood has your back. If it turns out you do have an STI, our compassionate providers can walk you through the best way to treat or resolve it. You’ll leave knowing more about yourself so you can take care of yourself. Even better? We can tell you about some great ways to protect yourself from STIs like PrEP and the HPV vaccine.


Urinary tract infections, yeast infections, and vaginal infections happen. Symptoms can range from super uncomfortable to just a little weirdness with your discharge. You deserve the relief of treatment and to know if there’s anything more concerning going on. Our healthcare team can check it out, determine a treatment plan, and even tell you about ways you can protect your body from future infections. Hint: you might need to switch your period products or pee after sex.



Knowing yourself is important when it comes to taking care of your sexual health, but it’s also important to know your partner. Sometimes it’s hard to get the conversation started. This video is a great place to start.

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