If you are sexually active—whether you have had oral, anal, vaginal intercourse or genital touching—you can get a sexually transmitted disease (STD). The Center for Disease Control estimates that nearly 20 million new sexually transmitted infections occur every year in America alone. Half of those are among people ages 15–24.
Have I Been Exposed To An STD?
If you have engaged in sexual activity, you have been exposed to the possibility of an STD. Not all symptoms are obvious though. Some can cause a change in discharge, burning with urination or genital sores. If left untreated, some can even lead to infertility. The only way to know for sure if you have an STD is to get tested. When sexually active, it’s advised to get tested at least once a year.
We offer free STD testing on a walk-in basis Tuesdays and Wednesdays until spots are filled starting at 10 AM. Spots are first come first serve so we advise you get here as early as you can those days & plan a flexible day. For questions call 316-945-9400.
- Genital Warts
We will not be able to test if you:
- Are pregnant
- On your period
- Had sex in the last 48 hours
- Recently used vaginal medication/douching