Should I Get Tested For a

Should I Get Tested For A Sexually Transmitted Infection?
Should I Get Tested For A Sexually Transmitted Infection/Disease?

Sexually Transmitted Infections or Diseases (STI/STD) are common. Most of the time, you may not show any symptoms. Don’t risk your health! Get tested for FREE when you come in for a pregnancy test and ultrasound.

Chlamydia and Gonorrhea
Chlamydia and Gonorrhea

Two of the Most common sti/stds in the u.s.

There are over 2.5 million cases of Chlamydia and Gonorrhea in the U.S. and over 61,000 in Virginia . . . just this past year! Case numbers are constantly on the rise in our area year after year.

What you should know about Chlamydia and Gonorrhea:

  • Both can be passed through vaginal, anal, or oral sex
  • How do you avoid them? By not having vaginal, anal, or oral sex
  • Had one? Got treated? Think you’re in the clear? You can be re-infected even after treatment
  • Women often have NO symptoms . . . not fair, we know!
  • Both are curable with the right treatment plan
  • If untreated, both can lead to Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) . . . you don’t want that
  • PID can cause permanent (even painful) damage to your reproductive system

If you are sexually active, it is important for your health to be tested regularly. Make a FREE appointment today for a test when you come in for your pregnancy test and ultrasound.

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Having an abortion with an STI/STD increases the risk of complications after an abortion. You don’t need to risk it.

You can get STI/STD testing, important pre-abortion information and medical services all at the same time – in one FREE appointment. 

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