Q: What if I am concerned about sexually transmitted infections (STI’s) and want to be tested for “everything”?

April 14th, 2011 by Cara

A: It is very important that you are completely honest with your provider about your sexual activity.  You and your provider can discuss what tests might be appropriate for your level of activity and risk. STI tests can be done through Health Services.

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