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To get a sexually transmitted disease (STD) can be life treaten, many of STs transferred easily by different types of sex, no matter what you done to try to protect yourself. It is good to practice safe sex as it is possible to minimize the risk of sexual transmission of diseases (STD), but it is also important to test yourself on a regular base, because some sexually transmitted diseases are transmitted more easily than others.
Neither HIV or other sexually transmitted diseases cares about status, age, sexual orientation or ethnicity. It's all about how you have sex and what you to do to protect yourself and those you have sex with.
Many people do not notice if they have got infected with a venereal disease. Typical of STDs is that they are transmitted sexually, through unprotected anal, oral and vaginal intercourse. It's smart to get tested if you suspect that you may have a sexually transmitted disease, symptoms or had sex in a way that can transmit a sexually transmitted disease.
Testing is done in different ways depending on whether it is HIV or another sexually transmitted disease that you want to test you for. Testing for chlamydia, gonorrhea, HIV, syphilis, Herpes, hepatitis B and C are easy done at home with a STD home test, visible test result in 20 minutes.
WHO certified STD home test kits.
How often you should test you depends a bit on who you are and who /whom you have sex and with. Do you have a sex life with many different sexual contacts, and do not always have safer sex, it is good to test yourself periodically. For those of you who have sex with men, a benchmark may be that HIV testing annually or before having sex with a new partner. Are you a woman who only has sex with other women, it is not as relevant to HIV test as often. Do you have much sex that can transmit HIV, it is a good idea to get tested every six months.
Chlamydia is a very common sexually transmitted disease (STD) that is easily transmitted, although one have safer sex, so it may be good idea to test for chlamydia on a regular base, depending. Advice on how often you should test yourself is difficult to give general, but if you are infected with an STDs, such as syphilis, gonorrhea, herpes, syphilis and hepatitis you are in a greater risk of getting HIV, it is important to get tested as soon as possible.