STIs

Happen

That's why we've made it free and easy to get yourself tested and treated for any sexually transmitted infections and other common infections.

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What's Funky
With Your

Junk?

Itchy?

Itching, burning, redness or soreness in and/or outside your vagina, penis or rectum can be signs of an STI.

Swelly?

Pain and swelling of the testicles can be a sign of an STI.

Fiery?

Burning when peeing or ejaculating or redness, swelling or soreness in the vagina or testicles can be signs of an STI.

Blistery?

Unusual sores around your mouth, genitals, or rectum or rashes, bumps or blisters on your body can be signs of an STI.

Smelly?

Smelly discharges from your penis or vagina, or a strong fish-like odor, can be signs of an STI or common infection like BV.

Ouchy?

Pain during sex or when peeing or pain in your rectum, testicles or vagina can be signs of an STI.

Drippy?

Unusual discharges that could be clear, white, gray, yellow or greenish, from your penis, vagina or rectum can be signs of an STI.

Spotty?

Vaginal bleeding between periods can be a sign of an STI.

Blotchy?

Small red bumps, blisters, or open sores (ulcers) in the genital and anal areas and areas nearby can be signs of an STI.

Not all STIs have symptoms, so get tested regularly and find out if you need treatment.

Get Tested

ASAP

If you are unsure of your STI status, there are several options we provide to help you obtain an STI test. If you would like to test yourself in the privacy of your own home, check out our mail-order form where we provide free sexual wellness products, including STI test kits, delivered directly to you.
If you would like to receive an STI test by a healthcare provider, check out our map of testing locations to find a location closest to you.

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If you think you may have been exposed to an STI and need immediate treatment, you can obtain an STI test through Health Center 1, located at 1930 S. Broad St. You can contact this location at 215-685-6741.

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Know the risk for HIV

When you have a sexually transmitted infection (STI) or have sex with someone who has one, it increases your chance of getting HIV. HIV is a virus that attacks the immune system and can cause serious health issues.

COMMON STIs AND OTHER INFECTIONS

Read more about the most common STIs and other infections below to know how to get tested and treated.

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Syphilis is an STI that starts as a painless sore. It can cause many different symptoms including rash, swollen lymph nodes and even brain damage and blindness.

Chlamydia is an STI that may include painful urination and abnormal discharge from the penis or vagina.

Gonorrhea is an STI that causes painful urination and discharge. If untreated it may cause infertility.

Mpox is spread through close, physical contact between individuals. Symptoms can include rashes, bumps, or blisters.

Vaginitis is a term that covers multiple conditions that are not always transmitted through sex.

Hepatitis means inflammation of the liver. Hepatitis is often caused by a virus and there are many different kinds.

Genital herpes is a common STI that causes genital pain and sores.

HPV

Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection (STI). There are many different types of HPV, some more serious than others. The good thing is that there is a vaccine to prevent many types of HPV.
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