Sexually Transmitted Infections

What causes STIs?
How common are they?
How do you get STIs?
What is the difference between an STI and an STD?
If I had sex with someone who has an infection, am I going to get it?
Do you always have symptoms if you are infected?
How can I prevent myself from getting an STI?

At Care Net we can provide you with:

  • A risk assessment to know if you are at risk for an STI
  • Education on all the most common STIs/STDs
  • Answers to your questions
  • A medical evaluation
  • A plan to eliminate your risk of acquiring an STI

Knowing more about how STIs are transmitted, what they can look like, and how to reduce or prevent your risk of getting one, is the first step to leading a more healthy lifestyle.

If you think you may be at risk for an STI you should be tested. Care Net offers free STI testing and treatment for women.

Could you have an STI?  Take 5 minutes to find out if you need to be tested by using the Medical Institute for Sexual Health’s STD Wizard. Then call us for free and confidential STI testing and treatment if needed.

Call us 24/7 at 608-259-1605 to make an appointment for confidential testing.