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
Where can I get tested for an STI?
What is HIV?
Are condoms the only effective way of preventing sexually transmitted infections?
How well do condoms help protect against HIV infection?
Can HIV be transmitted through hugging, shaking hands or mosquito bites?
Does using a condom only some of the time offer any protection from STIs, including HIV?
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