Sexually Transmitted Diseases

STD Stands for Sexually Transmitted Disease.

Common STDs

Testing

Anyone who is SEXUALLY ACTIVE should be tested once a year.   (This includes vaginal, oral, and/or anal sex.)

 

Don’t have any symptoms? Most people do NOT, which is why getting tested is important to prevent permanent damage.

  • You may still have an STD even though you feel fine.

  • Some STDs are easily treated and cured so early detection is key.

Testing Locations

 

Other Testing Locations for HIV/AIDS

  • Winnebago County Health Department

    (920)  232-3000

    112 Otter Ave, Oshkosh, WI 54903-2808

  • AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin

    (920) 733-2068/ 800-773-2068

    120 N Morrison St. Suite 201, Appleton, WI 54911

Telling Your Partner

It is your responsibility to stop the spread of STDs after your diagnosis; tell your partner(s) they might be infected too.

  1. Tell them yourself (over the phone, text message, in person, etc)
  2. Seek help from your medical provider
  3. Send an anonymous email (inspot.org)

Tips to Stay Healthy

  • Abstain from all sexual encounters
  • You and your partner should be tested before engaging in sexual activity
  • Use a condom every time!

- Free Condoms Locally!

     - Planned Parenthood

     - PJ'S

       1601 Oregon Street

       Oshkosh WI  54902

       (920) 385-0442

- Free Condoms Online

       - iCondom

-Trojan

- MySavings.com

- Condom USA

       - Buy Condoms Online 

Other Resources

 

 

Don't think you are healthy...KNOW!

Accidents Happen - GET TESTED!