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    • OCTOBER 11, 2018
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    How to Tell Your Partner You Have Chlamydia

    How to Tell Your Partner You Have Chlamydia

    Perhaps the only thing worse than finding out that you have an STD is breaking the news to your partner. Unfortunately, over a million people get chlamydia every year and are forced to have this tough conversation with their partner. There’s no way around it: telling your partner you have an STD is difficult. However,

    • OCTOBER 9, 2018
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    How to Classify Different Types of STDs

    How to Classify Different Types of STDs

    Trying to classify and separate the different types of STDs is a difficult task. Though many STDs are similar, they vary in subtle ways. So what’s true for one STD, may not apply to another. As such, a good level of confusion exists regarding which STDs can be cured, which ones are fatal, and which

    • OCTOBER 8, 2018
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    Why the Male STD Test Procedure Isn’t as Bad as You’ve Heard

    Why the Male STD Test Procedure Isn’t as Bad as You’ve Heard

    At Same Day, we’re accustomed to fielding questions about the STD testing process. Indeed, if you’ve never had an STD test before, you might understandably be concerned about how certain tests are administered. In particular, the male STD test procedure inspires a good deal of anxiety for many men. The good news is, getting tested

    • OCTOBER 4, 2018
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    STD Blood Test Results Explained

    STD Blood Test Results Explained

    No person worried about their well-being should be kept in the dark about testing methods and procedures. STDs are confusing and frightening enough on their own. Unfortunately, there are nearly as many myths about STD testing as there are STDs themselves. At Same Day STD Testing, it’s our goal to educate as many people as

    • OCTOBER 3, 2018
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    When to Get Tested for STDs: Your Complete Guide

    When to Get Tested for STDs: Your Complete Guide

    Most people would prefer never to think about STDs, STD testing, or STD contraction ever again. Burying your head in the sand and pretending that STDs don’t exist, however, won’t protect you from the dangers they present. Indeed, the much wiser decision is to educate yourself on STDs, and figure out when to get tested

    • SEPTEMBER 27, 2018
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    STD Symptoms in Men: 5 Warning Signs to Watch Out For

    STD Symptoms in Men: 5 Warning Signs to Watch Out For

    Learning about a problem might be frightening at first, but it’s preferable to being left in the dark. That statement goes double in regard to STDs. Unfortunately, many people remain uninformed when it comes to their sexual well-being. STDs often manifest themselves in subtle ways, and many people wrongly assume that unless STD symptoms appear

    • SEPTEMBER 12, 2018
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    What Does a Pap Smear Test For?

    What Does a Pap Smear Test For?

    It’s always dangerous to make assumptions –– particularly in regard to your well-being. The bad news is, many women do wrongly assume that pap smears and pelvic exams act as STD tests. Indeed, though pap smears are important, they’re not comprehensive in terms of detecting STDs. So just because you’ve recently had a pap smear

    • SEPTEMBER 10, 2018
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    Here’s What Happens if Gonorrhea is Left Untreated

    Here’s What Happens if Gonorrhea is Left Untreated

    As repugnant as STDs are, ignoring them is the worst thing any sexually active person can do. That’s because untreated STDs can lead to a host of problems –– most of which are avoidable with early diagnosis and treatment. Indeed, though STDs are a major problem in this country, they are –– in many instances ––

    • SEPTEMBER 6, 2018
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    Babies Born with STDs Statistics & FAQs

    Babies Born with STDs Statistics & FAQs

    When it comes to the health of your child, you can’t be too careful. The good news is, relatively few babies are born with STDs thanks to modern testing, screening, and treatment methods. However, some children are born with STDs, and STDs do affect a number of pregnancies every year. And it’s important for all

    • SEPTEMBER 5, 2018
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    How Soon do STD Symptoms Appear?

    How Soon do STD Symptoms Appear?

    Many people feel stressed in the days following a sexual encounter. If you’ve had unprotected sex with a partner you don’t know very well, you might be concerned about a number of issues, including sexually transmitted diseases. Unfortunately, most folks only worry about an STD for a few days, and –– if no symptoms appear

    • SEPTEMBER 4, 2018
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    STDs and Pregnancy: 5 Things Expecting Mothers Need to Know

    STDs and Pregnancy: 5 Things Expecting Mothers Need to Know

    STDs are a frightening enough prospect under normal circumstances. However, women who are expecting or who are trying to become pregnant have even more to worry about. That’s because STDs present a threat to both mother and child. Indeed, STDs can cause a number of birth complications and other postnatal issues as well. Fortunately, mothers

    • AUGUST 30, 2018
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    How is Chlamydia Transmitted?

    How is Chlamydia Transmitted?

    If STDs were coffee shops, chlamydia would be Starbucks. In other words, chlamydia is very common. Indeed, chlamydia is the most reported bacterial disease in the US, and the CDC notes roughly 1.5 million chlamydia infections occur every year. Still, a large portion of those infected with chlamydia don’t know they have it and probably

    • AUGUST 6, 2018
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    What are the Long-Term Effects of STDs?

    What are the Long-Term Effects of STDs?

    In a perfect world, STDs wouldn’t exist. And while there are scientists and medical professionals dedicated to eradicating STDs completely, the truth is STDs won’t be going away anytime soon. In fact, just the opposite is true; STD rates have risen in recent years. As an individual you can only do so much to prevent

    • AUGUST 2, 2018
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    Signs and Symptoms of Trichomoniasis

    Signs and Symptoms of Trichomoniasis

    Trichomoniasis is a sonically menacing STD. Most people don’t know how to pronounce this disease –– let alone if they need to look out for it. Indeed, trichomoniasis (or “trich” from here on) is a relatively unknown STD. This is surprising considering the fact that according to the CDC, it’s the most common curable STD.

    • AUGUST 1, 2018
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    What STDs are Incurable? (And What to Do if You Have One!)

    What STDs are Incurable? (And What to Do if You Have One!)

    Getting a positive STD test result is never a good thing. We won’t sugarcoat it, it can be difficult to deal with an STD –– no matter how severe or mild the health risk associated with it may be. However, it’s especially frightening to get the news that you’ve picked up an STD that’s incurable.

    • JULY 31, 2018
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    Bacterial vs Viral STDs: The Difference Explained

    Bacterial vs Viral STDs: The Difference Explained

    STDs are a confusing subject to take on. One of the big reasons why is due to the fact that no two STDs are the same. While certain STDs may exhibit similar symptoms, their makeup is unique. However, there is a significant difference between bacterial vs viral STDs. These two camps comprise the majority of

    • JULY 30, 2018
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    Can STDs Go Away on Their Own?

    Can STDs Go Away on Their Own?

    People find STDs more revolting than just about any other type of ailment. As a society, we don’t like talking about STDs, thinking about STDs, and deep down, we all just wish they’d go away forever. But can they? Can STDs go away on their own if enough time passes? It’s a question a lot

    • JULY 26, 2018
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    4 Ways Stigmas Undermine the Prevention of STDs

    4 Ways Stigmas Undermine the Prevention of STDs

    It’s easy to underestimate the power of language. After all, most people don’t spend their free time analyzing speech patterns or studying subtle changes in terminology. However, the way we talk about a subject has a major impact on how we perceive it. It’s why we use euphemisms to soften the blow, or hyperbole to

    • JULY 11, 2018
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    Can You Get an STD from Kissing?

    Can You Get an STD from Kissing?

    We humans kiss each other all the time. From greetings and farewells, to expressions of romantic intent and even love, a kiss can mean a great number of things. In fact, the average person will spend around two weeks of their life kissing. Unsurprisingly, most of us think of kissing as an innocent act, and

    • JULY 6, 2018
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    Fatal STDs: Which STDs Can Kill You?

    Fatal STDs: Which STDs Can Kill You?

    Uncertainty about your own health and wellness is one of the worst feelings anyone can experience. And unfortunately, STDs are often at the center of that uncertainty. Indeed, unlike other diseases, STDs tend to be shrouded in mystery and the dangers of STDs are often misrepresented. This is particularly bad news for individuals who mistake

    • JULY 5, 2018
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    STD Statistics by State: Analyzing National Trends

    STD Statistics by State: Analyzing National Trends

    It’s unfortunate, but STD statistics from recent times underline some troubling national trends. Over the past few years, the US has seen dramatic rises in cases of common STDs like gonorrhea and chlamydia. In addition, around 40,000 people contract HIV every year. Just as troubling though, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that only

    • JULY 3, 2018
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    How Can Hepatitis be Transmitted?

    How Can Hepatitis be Transmitted?

    Hepatitis is an unconventional STD in many ways. For one, many people don’t think of hepatitis as a sexually transmitted disease. After all, hepatitis is a liver inflammation that can be caused by heavy alcohol and drug use, or ingesting contaminated food –– not just sexual activity. Additionally, more often than not, people tend to

    • JULY 2, 2018
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    Which STDs are Curable?

    Which STDs are Curable?

    What you don’t know can hurt you –– especially in regard to STDs. In fact, STD ignorance and general misunderstandings about sex play a major role in the spread of STDs. Simply put, since people aren’t properly educated about sexual wellness, they don’t know how to deal with problems like STDs. This is all the

    • JUNE 29, 2018
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    How to Tell Your Partner You Have Herpes

    How to Tell Your Partner You Have Herpes

    Sometimes life is just plain rough. And finding out that you have an STD –– especially a viral one –– is enough to shatter anyone’s psyche. Sadly, some people allow a positive STD test to dictate how they’re going to live their life, and the psychological effects of living with an STD like herpes are

    • JUNE 6, 2018
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    How Long Does an STD Test Take to Come Back?

    How Long Does an STD Test Take to Come Back?

    In terms of anxiety, few experiences match the nerves of having to wait for the results of an STD test. Even though getting tested is the responsible decision, it doesn’t make the wait for an STD test result any less stressful. Indeed, often worse than the waiting itself is the uncertainty of the whole process.

    • JUNE 4, 2018
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    STD Statistics by Age: Analyzing the “Big 3”

    STD Statistics by Age: Analyzing the “Big 3”

    Professionals in the medical field have long lamented the inability to accurately measure the prevalence of STDs within the population. One big stumbling block to arriving at accurate STD statistics is the fact that many people who have STDs don’t even know it. What’s more, you can’t tell if someone has an STD just by

    • JUNE 1, 2018
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    Why STD Testing Is Important [Radio Interview]

    Why STD Testing Is Important [Radio Interview]

      Recently, Wellex President and CEO Shannon Shores joined host Ellie Wharton on Radio 63119 in St. Louis to discuss STD testing and sexual wellness. Shannon and Ellie covered a lot of ground in regard to STDs, including: misconceptions about STDs, the wide range of people who are affected by STDs, and some of the

    • JUNE 1, 2018
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    How is Syphilis Transmitted?

    How is Syphilis Transmitted?

    Often, the fear of the unknown is a lot worse than the reality of a situation. Such is the case with syphilis. Syphilis is a common STD that can cause major damage to a number of internal systems –– if it’s left undiagnosed and untreated. So while it poses a major threat as a disease,

    • MAY 30, 2018
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    When Do Symptoms of STDs Start?

    When Do Symptoms of STDs Start?

    It’s safe to say that STDs are often misrepresented in TV shows, movies, and modern pop culture in general. Unfortunately, this leads to some major mass misconceptions regarding their nature in reality. Just why that is the case is up for conjecture –– and a discussion for another day. For now, we’ll be focusing on

    • MAY 29, 2018
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    Can Mosquitoes Transmit STDs?

    Can Mosquitoes Transmit STDs?

    Now that we’ve moved past Memorial Day in the calendar, it’s safe to say we’ve transitioned once again from spring to summer. And with the advent of summer upon us, everyone can look forward to all of the barbecues, backyard parties, and trips to the local swimming hole that are sure to follow. However, for

    • MAY 23, 2018
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    How to Tell Someone They Gave You an STD

    How to Tell Someone They Gave You an STD

    There are few feelings worse than coming back with an unexpected positive result from an STD test. Indeed, it’s natural to feel upset, confused, angry, or even frightened in the aftermath of a positive test. (Still, it’s better to uncover a positive test result early, than to allow a potentially dangerous STD to fester.) What’s

    • MAY 8, 2018
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    STD of The Mouth: 7 Oral Health Facts

    STD of The Mouth: 7 Oral Health Facts

    There’s an unfortunate misconception that STDs only occur below the belt. Even worse, some people still believe that oral sex is a safe way to avoid getting an STD. The truth is though, you can get an STD of the mouth a lot easier than you might suspect. Indeed, just because you abstain from vaginal

    • MAY 4, 2018
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    Does Insurance Cover STD Testing?

    Does Insurance Cover STD Testing?

    As more and more Americans become aware of the need to receive regular STD tests, it’s only natural that many would wonder about insurance providers potentially covering the costs associated with STD testing. It’s also understandable that people would like to see their health insurance foot the bill for this vital service. However, there are

    • MAY 3, 2018
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    Do I Have an STD or a Yeast Infection?

    Do I Have an STD or a Yeast Infection?

    Self-diagnosis is a dangerous game to play when dealing with problems below the belt. If you’re experiencing symptoms that are causing you pain or discomfort in the genital region, you need to resist the urge to address the problem on your own. Going online and trying to find a definitive prognosis without consulting a professional

    • MAY 2, 2018
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    Preventing STDS: 5 Handy Tips

    Preventing STDS: 5 Handy Tips

    Every sexually active person should have at least a basic understanding of STDs and the risks associated with them. Additionally, knowing how to prevent STDs –– and how to mitigate against spreading STDs –– is just as important. Given the prevalence of venereal diseases in America preventing STDs may seem like an uphill battle, but

    • APRIL 27, 2018
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    How Can Herpes Spread? And What that Means for Your Health

    How Can Herpes Spread? And What that Means for Your Health

    Herpes is one of the most misunderstood STDs, and as a result, there are a number of myths and misconceptions regarding the disease. Indeed, many people are unsure what to make of herpes. It’s a confusing and seemingly contradictory STD that comes in multiple strains and affects people differently. Perhaps then it’s not surprising that

    • APRIL 26, 2018
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    How to Ask Your Doctor for an STD Test: What You Need to Know

    How to Ask Your Doctor for an STD Test: What You Need to Know

    If you’ve seen your regular doctor at all recently, you’ve probably surmised that STD testing isn’t a part of a “normal” check-up procedure. Indeed, if you don’t express concern about potentially having an STD, it’s unlikely your doctor will broach the subject on their own. It’s also important to note that plenty of STDs are

    • APRIL 5, 2018
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    Do I Have an STD? Spring Break Edition

    Do I Have an STD? Spring Break Edition

    Spring break is one of the great collegiate traditions that every student should enjoy. However, after the dust settles many students return home to find a nasty shock waiting for them. Indeed, worse than any sunburn, hangover, or ill-conceived tattoo, picking up an STD can present major health problems –– especially if you don’t receive

    • APRIL 2, 2018
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    What STDs Should I Get Tested For?

    What STDs Should I Get Tested For?

    There are some instances in life where it pays to be picky: selecting an engagement ring. Buying a car. Applying for a job. However, when it comes to STD testing, the idea of picking and choosing is a dangerous one. The question shouldn’t be, “what STDs should I get tested for?” Rather, every sexually active

    • MARCH 30, 2018
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    What’s the Worst that can Happen if you Have an STD?

    What’s the Worst that can Happen if you Have an STD?

    Most people recognize that STDs are a serious problem. However, there are a number of folks out there who dismiss STDs as either something they don’t believe could ever happen to them, or who view them as a minor inconvenience. After all, what’s the worst that can happen if you have an STD? We’ll be

    • MARCH 29, 2018
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    How to Talk About STD Testing

    How to Talk About STD Testing

    Broaching the subject of STD testing with your partner, significant other, or spouse is a difficult conversation to have. But it shouldn’t have to be. Indeed, the benefits of seeking out regular STD tests are numerous, and the risks you run if you eschew this important service are potentially fatal. The truth is though, there

    • MARCH 28, 2018
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    Most Common STDs for Men

    Most Common STDs for Men

    STDs aren’t ever pleasant to think think about. However, it’s important for all sexually active men to at least have a cursory understanding of some common STDs –– if for no other reason than to maintain their own health and the health of their partners. Today we’re going to focus on the most common STDs

    • MARCH 21, 2018
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    Milwaukee HIV & Syphilis Outbreak: Are You at Risk?

    Milwaukee HIV & Syphilis Outbreak: Are You at Risk?

    During the past few weeks Milwaukee has seen a spike in cases of syphilis and HIV –– some among high-school students. And just as worrying, three infants have been diagnosed with syphilis as well. Unfortunately, it’s difficult to view this “cluster,” as an isolated incident; indeed, there has also been a significant number of chlamydia

    • MARCH 6, 2018
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    4 Common STD Myths Debunked

    4 Common STD Myths Debunked

    STDs freak people out; there’s no other way to put it. STDs cause such fear and revulsion among the populous that they’ve developed a mythology of their own. Much like anything that unduly frightens people, stories are bound to crop up that exaggerate or dilute the truth. As such, drawing the line between fact and

    • MARCH 2, 2018
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    How Can HIV be Transmitted?

    How Can HIV be Transmitted?

    No STD has caused more panic or received more attention that the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV.) For the past forty odd years, truth has mingled with rumor and plain falsehoods when it comes to this most frightening of STDs. Despite all the attention, confusion still persists around the nature of HIV, and who’s susceptible to

    • MARCH 1, 2018
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    Most Common STDs for Women

    Most Common STDs for Women

    No one wants to think about picking up an STD. The very thought is enough to make most people’s skin crawl, and it’s no wonder that many would rather not educate themselves than face up to the rather gruesome reality of STDs. However, if you’re a sexually active woman, you can’t afford to overlook this

    • FEBRUARY 28, 2018
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    STD vs STI: The Crucial Difference Explained

    STD vs STI: The Crucial Difference Explained

    Everyone knows what an STD is. Right? What with the amount of readily available information on STDs, free brochures, and cultural references to STDs, one could assume that it’s common knowledge for most people. Yet, the fine distinction between an STD and an STI is one the average person probably can’t make. Fortunately, we’re here

    • FEBRUARY 27, 2018
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    Signs and Symptoms of Chlamydia

    Signs and Symptoms of Chlamydia

    If you’ve ever known someone who contracted an STD, chances are it was chlamydia. That’s because chlamydia is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the USA today. (So technically chlamydia isn’t an STD; it’s an STI.) Indeed, the CDC estimates that around three million people a year contract chlamydia. While that number is certainly

    • FEBRUARY 23, 2018
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    Free STD Testing: What You Need to Know

    Free STD Testing: What You Need to Know

    Everyone loves a good deal. Whether you aim to save a few bucks by switching cell-phone carriers, or by collecting coupons for your next trip to the store, the point is people are always looking for ways to save. Indeed, the desire to get something for nothing extends as far as the realm of STD

    • FEBRUARY 9, 2018
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    Where to get an STD Test: A Stress-Free Guide

    Where to get an STD Test: A Stress-Free Guide

    Uncertainty is never a good thing. And it’s especially unnerving in regard to STDs. Indeed, one of the worst feelings anyone can experience is doubting their well-being after a sexual encounter. As such, it’s probably not surprising that many people are hesitant to get themselves tested; after all, there’s so much misinformation regarding STDs and

    • FEBRUARY 1, 2018
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    Why You Shouldn’t WebMD STD Symptoms

    Why You Shouldn’t WebMD STD Symptoms

    Everyone gets sick from time to time. Of course, you don’t go see your doctor for every little ailment you experience, though. Men of a certain age are especially finicky about scheduling doctor’s appointments –– still, most of the time things work out. You feel better and your symptoms dissipate and you move on with

    • JANUARY 31, 2018
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    What to do if You Think You Have an STD

    What to do if You Think You Have an STD

    It’s one of the last things you want to think about; we get it. However, because most people don’t like to consider the possibility of getting an STD, they tend not to have a plan if they actually contract one. And that remains true even though millions of people in the US get an STD

    • AUGUST 29, 2017
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    Breaking Your Sexual Shackles

    Let’s get real. Sex is fun. At least it can be. So, what is the fuss about? Who doesn’t love sex? And is there such a thing as “too much” sex? Scholars can’t agree on whether sex addiction is a real thing or not. DSM-5 Hypersexual Behavior Disorder was not included in the Diagnostic Statistical

    • MAY 12, 2017
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    Quick vs. Quality STD Testing: What you need to know

    When it comes to STD testing, all results are not created equal. There are highly accurate results available from some groups, and some facilities/retailers that provide testing products which have been proven to not be quite as accurate. Maybe faster, but less accurate. And this is your health we’re talking about here. Not getting a

    • MARCH 30, 2017
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    Better Safe Than Sorry

    “I’m not having any symptoms, so I don’t think I need to get tested.” This is a famous phrase and a common preconceived notion. Why wait for that surprise Herpes outbreak? I hear many patients say that they have been taking over-the-counter medicine because they think the discomfort during urination is just a UTI, or

    • JANUARY 20, 2017
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    The Waiting is the Hardest Part

    The testing process sounds simple enough, right? Go to the lab. Give a sample. Receive results in one to three business days. What is so difficult about this one might ask? After all, waiting is a part of life. We wait for stop lights during a commute to work, an elevator in an office building,

    • DECEMBER 14, 2016
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    Questioning If I have a STD – What to do

    People usually fall into two classifications when it comes to administering to their own health and wellness: 1) They are either near or at Defcon Level 1 (which is the most severe) on the hypochondriac scale and are online daily with a digital self-diagnosis of terminal cancer and/or other fatal medical conditions, OR 2) They

    • NOVEMBER 2, 2016
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    Dangers of Self-Diagnosis

    The scariest words that I can hear from a patient are “I have been looking on the Internet and think I have symptoms of….”  Let me tell you that is the recipe for disaster.  If you look up a hangnail on a medical site, you will have convinced yourself that you will be dying within

    • OCTOBER 12, 2016
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    My First Time

      My first experience with STD testing wasn’t the most pleasant. In fact, it went so “well” that I didn’t even go through with it. I went to my primary care physician for my yearly physical before moving out of state. It was just a normal overall checkup, and he asked if anything was bothering

    • JULY 20, 2015
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    Omaha combats rising STD rates with graphic billboards.

    Omaha combats rising STD rates with graphic billboards.

    Omaha launches what can easily be called the country’s most disgusting ad campaign – targeting a rising STD rates… A graphic sexual health campaign aims to combat rising STD rates in Omaha, Neb., by grossing out young people with giant flesh-and-pus letters that deliver off-putting puns. Billboards and bus posters around the city, as well

    • JULY 1, 2015
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    R.I. officials say dating apps contributing to rise in STDs

    R.I. officials say dating apps contributing to rise in STDs

    Officials believe online dating services and apps that lead to casual romantic encounters are at least partially to blame for an increase in sexually transmitted diseases in Rhode Island, putting the state in the midst of an emerging debate over how the technology affects public health. With rates of syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia at a

    • OCTOBER 12, 2014
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    The US Is Suffering From An STD Epidemic

    The US Is Suffering From An STD Epidemic

    Infectious diseases seem to come and go, sometimes causing scary outbreaks, while other times seeming to disappear. But some infectious pathogens are always with us, lurking just below the surface of society. With almost 54,000 new cases of STDs each day, its important to protect yourself. If you have had at-risk sex, make sure to

    • MARCH 30, 2012
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    April is STD Awareness Month

    April is STD Awareness Month

    Next month will be STD Awareness Month across the country. The CDC website for STD Awareness has access materials, education tools, and information to help you support STD awareness and prevention events. SameDaySTDTesting reminds everybody to get STD tested, especially young adults. All females that are sexually active and are under 26 should be tested annually

    • JANUARY 23, 2012
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    Wyoming Reports Jump in Chlamydia Rates

    Wyoming Reports Jump in Chlamydia Rates

    A new report from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention says that the number of chlamydia infections in Wyoming since 2007 has increased sharply. Right now Wyoming has the 26th-highest rate of chlamydia infection in the United States.  In 2007 Wyoming ranked 44th overall.  With 588 reported cases, Laramie County ranks with the

    • JANUARY 18, 2012
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    L.A. Requires Condom use by Porn Performers

    L.A. Requires Condom use by Porn Performers

    People in the adult film industry are required to wear condoms while performing now that the Los Angeles City Council has given final approval to a city ordinance. Around 90% of porn films are produced in the Los Angeles area.  Primary in the San Fernando Valley area.

    • JANUARY 13, 2012
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    Surge of STDs in Cincinnati hits Dayton Area

    Surge of STDs in Cincinnati hits Dayton Area

    There has been a dramatic rise in the number of syphilis cases in the Cincinnati area.  This increase is having a negative effect on STD rates in the Dayton area. Cincinnati Rise in Syphilis Hamilton County is reporting a major increase in new syphilis cases from 2006 to 2010.  In 2010 there were a staggering 420 cases

    • JANUARY 12, 2012
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    Same Day STD Testing Commercial on Youtube

    Same Day STD Testing Commercial on Youtube

    A new video from Same Day STD Testing is up and ready to be watched on youtube.  This is one of a series of videos that will be released over time on our Youtube Channel for SameDaySTDTesting.  The clip illustrates how they take the fear out of getting tested for sexually transmitted diseases.  With great

    • MARCH 2, 2011
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    Some Mardi Gras Beads To Have Condoms Attached

    Thousands of Mardi Gras beads will be loaded with condoms in Soulard this year.  They’re  part of an   “in your face”  attempt  to fight sexually transmitted diseases  in St. Louis. Those behind the effort told Fox 2 Tuesday night, that it was far from being “over the top”. For one thing, the “condom beads” will

    • DECEMBER 1, 2010
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    World AIDs Day Information

    World AIDs Day Information

    What is World AIDS Day? World AIDS Day is a great opportunity for people worldwide to network and work together to fight against the HIV virus. When is World AIDS Day? December 1st of every year events takes places all over the world to bring to light the worldwide effects of HIV and AIDS. It is reported that

    • OCTOBER 6, 2009
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    Increasing STD Rates Ignites STD Dating Groups

    As the number of people who are positively infected with the conditions and diseases associated with stds, there has been a proportionally growing std dating community. These people want to live their life no different than those who are without the illnesses. There may be a slight difference in lifestyle due to the people needing

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