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​​​What can't I test for?

GetCheckedOnline does not test for all sexually transmitted infections (STIs). 

In some cases, and for some types of STI testing, it’s better to see a health care provider in person. For example, some tests are only recommended if you have symptoms, or if a sexual partner has tested positive for an STI. You can visit ​our clinic, find a clinic in your area or see your health care provider if you need to test for any of the following STIs and other sexual health conditions.

Vaccines can help prevent some STIs

Vaccines can prevent some STIs. Vaccines are available for hepatitis A and B, and for HPV (Human Papillomavirus). Contact your local health clinic to find out more about getting these vaccines.

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Have Questions?

You can contact us if you have any questions. For more information about sexual health and STIs, visit SmartSexResource.

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Preventing STIs

It is a good idea to be tested regularly for STIs, especially if you have new or casual sexual partners. Being informed, communicating with partners, and using safer sex practices are ways to help improve your sexual health.

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Need more information or someone to talk to? There are lots of online resources and local services that can help.

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