Sexually Transmitted Infections
What is the difference between a STD and STI?
The terms STD and STI refer to sexually transmitted diseases and infections, respectively. Sexually transmitted infections do not always cause symptoms or develop into a disease. Despite the fact that the phrases are interchangeable, an infection does not invariably progress to illness.
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More Sexually Transmitted Infections Q&A
If there is a drop of blood on a cigarette filter is it possible to get an STI or HIV from it?
How long does it take for an STI to show up?
Where can I get tested for an STI?
What is PrEP?
Are condoms the only effective way of preventing sexually transmitted infections?
Can STIs be transmitted through anal sex?
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