Prioritize Your Sexual Health

STI & BBV Screening

Many sexually transmitted infections and blood-borne viruses carry no symptoms. Take control with an STI or BBV screening – your health depends on it.

A Common STI


Chlamydia may offer no warning signs or symptoms. The best way to know for sure is to test for it.

Protect Your Immune System


There is no cure for HIV and AIDS, but these diseases can be managed. Early detection is critical.

The Most Common STI

HPV (Human Papilloma Virus)

HPV can cause warts on parts of the human body, depending on the strain. It’s also highly contagious.

Few to No Symptoms


This potentially deadly virus can only be diagnosed with proper testing.

Easily Spread through Sexual Contact


This bacterial infection may begin as a painless sore before turning into a full body rash. Immediate diagnosis is crucial in treating it, as it can impact the health and function of your internal organs.

Protect Your Health and Others

Bacterial Vaginosis

You may have an increased chance of contracting an STI if you have bacterial vaginosis. It’s the most common vaginal infection, but most women show no symptoms

Common and Curable


This parasite is spread through sexual contact, but is completely curable through treatment.

Get Vaccinated

Viral Hepatitis

Spread through ingesting fecal matter (even microscopic amounts) from an infected person, contracting Viral Hepatitis can jeopardize your liver’s health.

Most common

Blood-Borne Viruses

Most Common Form of HIV

HIV- Type I

There is no cure for this deadly strain, but early detection may help you slow the progression.

Less Common, But Not Less Deadly


Learn how you can protect yourself against HIV-II, and what to do if you suspect you’ve been exposed to it.

Leading Cause of Liver Cancer

Hepatitis B

Hepatitis B is easily spread through sexual contact, but is also easily preventable through vaccination.

Most Common Form of Hepatitis

Hepatitis C

Symptoms can take months to develop, and 75%-85% develop chronic issues.

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