A Woman’s Concern offers no cost, confidential testing for two common sexually transmitted infections—gonorrhea and chlamydia. No insurance is needed, and there are no eligibility requirements.
The CDC recommends getting tested every time you have sexual contact with a new partner. Many STIs have minor or no symptoms but can cause serious health problems in the future.
NOTE: Pregnant women considering abortion should get tested for STIs even if they don’t have any visible symptoms. Having an active STI at the time of an abortion procedure can cause serious complications.
Check out these 5 Common STDs & STIs
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