Monday, September 1, 2014

The Lowdown on STI's and STDs at UNCC

“... In terms of bacterial STIs, we see more chlamydia and gonorrhea than syphilis, and actually, we diagnose chlamydia every week, if not daily,” said Robinson. “In terms of the viral STIs, we refer to them as the four H’s; they are most diagnosed in the order of herpes, HPV (human papillomavirus), HIV and hepatitis A, B and C.” There is also a parasitic STI called, trichomoniasis, or “trich” for short...."

  Girl-on-girl activity transmits this stuff too, so be careful.

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