STIs Many people have a sexually transmitted infection (STI) and don't know it. Why? Because many STIs have no symptoms. That's why it's important to get tested.
Testing is easy, painless and confidential. All STIs can be treated.
There's no shame in getting tested. Sexually transmitted infections are common. 1 in 2 sexually active people will get a STI by age 25. Respect yourself, respect your partner; get tested.
HIV Get an oral HIV test with results in just 20 minutes!
HIV testing is FREE for Planned Parenthood patients.
Get birth control
Stop by your local Planned Parenthood health center for FREE condoms!
Get info about other types of birth control, including vasectomy.
You can also get ec for your female partner. Emergency contraception (ec) is birth control that prevents pregnancy AFTER sex. If the condom broke or you had sex without protection, ec is a "back up" method of birth control. It's a "second chance" to prevent pregnancy.
Get a yearly exam
Your exam includes screening for high blood pressure, diabetes, and testicular cancer. Routine medical care is important to stay healthy.
Under 21? New York State law protects your right to services without parental permission.