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Did your partner test positive?

If your partner recently tested positive and we've already provided you with a prescription, download this information sheet.

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Learn More About STDs

Looking for more comprehensive info about all the different sexually transmitted infections out there? We've got the info you need.

STD/STI Testing and Treatment

Anyone who has oral, anal, or vaginal sex, or even skin-to-skin genital contact can get a sexually transmitted infection (STD). A lot of the time, STDs don't have any symptoms, so the only way to know for sure if you or a partner has an infection is to get tested.

Sexually transmitted infections are very common and usually very easy to treat. But not getting them taken care of can lead to major health problems down the road.

If your partner recently tested positive for an STD like chlamydia or gonorrhea, you don't even need to get tested in order to get treatment. It's called expedited partner therapy (EPT). Contact us today to see if you're a candidate for EPT.


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