STI Testing & Treatment

1 in 2 sexually active young people will get an STD by age of 25.

STI Testing & Treatment

Herpes is not a four letter word - UNH  

  • Tuesday, October 7th
  • 7:00 p.m.
  • Theater II, MUB 

Do you....

     Have questions about herpes?
     Know someone with herpes?
     Think you might have herpes?  

Herpes is a viral infection of the genital areas that can also infect the mouth and lips. It is obtained through vaginal, oral, or anal sex or during skin-to-skin sexual contact. At least 50 million people are already infected with herpes or about 1 in 6 people. There are an estimated 1 million new infections each year. 

Join Herpes specialist Deb Learmonth, APRN from UNH Health Services as she discusses the prevalence of Herpes among young adults, prevention tips and ways to care for yourself if you have been diagnosed with herpes.  2014-10-01

Just like Las Vegas, what is shared at this session will stay at the session. FREE CONDOMS WILL BE PROVIDED AND ARE ALWAYS AVAILABLE AT HEALTH SERVICES.

Brought to you by UNH Health Services as part of Sextober programming.


 

Don't Need to Leave Campus to GYT - Get Yourself Tested

  • Confidential testing Available to ALL UNH students 
  • Pricing varies, depending on what STIs our trained staff recommends you get tested for
  • We can bill your health insurance plan or you can pay by cash, personal check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or Cat's Cache
  • Make it a yearly thing - Get Yourself Tested for STIs every April for STI Awareness Month 
  • $5 promotion ends April 30, 2014
Get Tested at UNH
Call (603) 862-2856 or Online
 

 

THE MOST COMMON STIs 

1 in 2 sexually active young people will get an STI by the age of 25.
The good news, most STIs are curable, and all are treatable.

Chlamydia Information - Get Yourself Tested      Gonorrhea Information - Get Yourself Tested 

HPV Information - Get Yourself Tested      Hepatitis B Information - Get Yourself Tested

                   HEP C Information - Get Yourself Tested     Herpes Information - Get Yourself Tested                 

           HIV Information - Get Yourself Tested     Syphilis Information - Get Yourself Tested        

Trich Information - Get Yourself Tested

If you are sexually active, using condoms consistently and correctly, from start to finish, is one of the best ways to help prevent STIs. Condoms are the ONLY method that protects sexually active people from both STIs and pregnancy.

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GYT - Additional Resources 

STIs and Young Adults