Questions you may or may not have…

Q: I think I might have an STI – where can I get tested?

A: Your family doc can test you, but if you don’t want to go to them:

In Toronto, you can “Find a Sexual Health Clinic” near you using the Public Health Ontario Sexual Health website and Toronto Public Health also has a list of all the sexual health clinics in the city.

In Vancouver, the BCCDC an excellent, up-to-date, and geo-located clinic finder: https://smartsexresource.com/get-tested/clinic-finder

Q: How Do I Know If I have an STI?

A: You can learn more about each sexually transmitted infection at Toronto Public Health, Public Health Ontario or the Public health Agency of Canada websites.  Click on each STI below to learn more.

Chlamydia – the most common STI

Gonorrhea – also known as the Clap

Syphilis – the oldest STI

HIV – from acute killer to chronic disease

Genital Herpes – lasts longer than love

Hepatitis B and C – Why am I turning yellow?


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