The 411 on Gonorrhea

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  • gonorrhea, sexually transmitted infections
  • condoms, gonorrhea, sexually transmitted infections
  • gonorrhea, sexually transmitted infections, infertility
  • gonorrhea, sexually transmitted infections, condoms
  • gonorrhea, sexually transmitted infections, HIV
  • gonorrhea, sexually transmitted infection, antibiotics
  • gonorrhea, sexually transmitted infections, antibiotics
  • gonorrhea, sexually transmitted diseases
  • gonorrhea, sexually transmitted diseases
  • gonorrhea, sexually transmitted diseases
  • gonorrhea, sexually transmitted diseases

Getting Tested 

If you think you may have contracted an STI, you should get tested by a health care professional. A health practitioner may use a throat swab test, blood test or take a sample of vaginal or urethral fluids in order to test for infection. Visit the CDC's National HIV and STD Testing Resources page to find a testing site near you. 

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