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Non-judgmental, confidential STI testing and treatment. 

Most of the time STIs don’t show symptoms so testing is the only way to know for sure. It doesn't have to be scary! Most STIs are curable — and all STIs are treatable. 


STI Testing: Quick, Easy, Empowering

 We perform a simple blood test for HIV and syphilis, and we do either a urine test or swab for gonorrhea and chlamydia.  


Low to No-Cost

Most insurance covers STI testing; if not, Planned Parenthood offers low- and no-cost testing. 


Absolutely Confidential

Your sexual health is your own business and it's absolutely private.


Now is Better

When STIs go undiagnosed they can cause problems. For example, untreated chlamydia can lead to pelvic inflammatory disease and fertility issues.

How Do People Get STIs?

There are a lot of ways to get one. Vaginal, oral, or anal sex, and even genital skin-to-skin contact can expose a person to STIs.

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Common STIs


Early symptoms often go unnoticed or can be mistaken for something other than an STI. However, symptoms become more severe in the later stages.  


HIV is a virus that damages your immune system and can lead to AIDS. There’s no cure, but, PPMM offers a safe and effective treatment that can reduce your risk of getting HIV. PrEP with us.


Chlamydia is one of the most common STIs, an easily-cured bacterial infection. Chlamydia can lead to pelvic inflammatory disease and fertility issues.


Gonorrhea is an easily-cured and common bacterial infection. It’s sexually transmitted and usually doesn't show symptoms.

How does STI testing work?

How does STI testing work?

STI testing is quick and easy. It isn’t always part of your regular checkup so make sure to ask for STI testing.

During your visit, be honest with the nurses and doctors so they can help you figure out which tests are best for you.

Use Condoms.

The easiest way to help protect yourself and partners? Use a condom or dental dam, every time you have sex.


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