Are You Sure That You Do Not Need STD Testing?

by admin on August 17, 2012

 

Not sure of your sexual health?

Read on, but this post is not for you.

Go contact your physician immediately. If, for some reason,  you are not comfortable with the idea of contacting him/her and want to conduct an anonymous STD testing, then you should go to a reliable testing agency.

Not sure where to go?

Well, click here. When the page opens you will find a chat window. You can ask any question, clarify any doubt without revealing your identity. Is that OK?

If you are satisfied, then check for a lab near to your home, register online, go there and give the samples, get your result online. The advantage is, if you are diagnosed positive for any of the STDs, you can get counseling and treatment, anonymously.

 

“Your Identity will never be disclosed to anybody!”

 

One more important thing to remember – get tested for all the STDs. Sooner or later, you have to test for each one of them. It will not only cost you a fortune, but also you will lose a lot of time. Remember, in the game of STDs, TIME is your only advantage.

But, this article is not written for you. This is specifically for people who are sure that they are not infected with STDs, so they don’t need a test.

People generally fall for this pseudo-confidence because, most cases of STI don’t show active STD symptoms.

Say, I never had unprotected sex, I never had any STD symptoms, and I never felt anything unusual after having sex. Then, why should I bother about a STD test?

Case One:

I never had sex.

Case Two:

I had sex, but only with my spouse.

Case Three:

I had sex, but only with somebody who doesn’t have any history of STD.

Case Five:

I had sex, but protected.

Case Six:

I had sex, unprotected, but I don’t have any STD symptoms.

Case Seven:

I had sex, unprotected, but 2 years passed since and I don’t have any STD symptoms.

You can see no chances of an STD infection, but you can’t be more wrong. Though these conditions don’t insist that you have an infection, none of these cases rule out a possible STI.

Why? Because, one can be infected by STD by an infected needle prick or blood transfusion. You can be infected if blood, serum or saliva of an infected person comes in contact with your mucous membrane. That’s cruel, but true. Now think it over, can you be sure that you may not be infected? If you are sure, well, you don’t need any STD testing.

The only thing which can rule out a STI is a complete STD testing. There are almost 25 stains of STD. When I say a complete test it includes the tests which are currently active in the society. They are — HIV testing, Chlamydia testing, Gonorrhea testing, Syphilis testing, Oral Herpes testing, Genital Herpes testing, Hepatitis B testing, and Hepatitis C testing.

When somebody tests positive, his/her only advantage is TIME. If you are detected in time, a recovery is smooth in most of the cases. On the other hand, if  there is a lot of damage before you go for a test, then it is probably too late. Almost all of the STDs are either manageable or curable, but if you are detected in time.

Lastly, to anybody who thinks s/he isn’t infected, think again. Your only advantage is “TIME.” Consider an “Anonymous STD Testing”  seriously, go for a complete test package, and do it NOW!

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