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Meetpositives.com, a herpes dating website, has provided information on what people need to know about sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing through a related website, www.expressstdtesting.com. They have released an article that discusses the various kinds of STI tests, the symptoms of STIs, and how to locate a testing center in Indianapolis. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that all individuals who are sexually active to undergo STD testing at least once a year.
Michael Task, a spokesperson for MeetPositives.com, says, “Depending on your risk factors, you may need to get tested more frequently. Common STIs include chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, HIV, herpes, hepatitis B, and pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). Each of these infections has its own set of symptoms and can be detected through different types of tests.”
The most common type of test for STI is the urine test or swab test. The urine test checks for the presence of viruses or bacteria in the urine. The swab test is performed by taking a sample from the throat or genitals and then testing it for the presence of viruses or bacteria. Other kinds of STI tests include cheek swab tests, blood tests, rapid tests, and finger prick tests.
The symptoms of STIs usually vary and may include ab unusual discharge from the genitals, pain or burning during urination, itching or irritation in the genital area, pain during sex, and sores or blisters on the genitals or mouth. Thus, those who experience any of these symptoms are urged to get themselves tested as soon as possible.
Michael Tasks says, “STI testing is an important part of maintaining your sexual health. There are several types of tests available to detect different types of infections, and it is important to be aware of the symptoms so that you can seek treatment as soon as possible. If you are looking for an STI testing center in Indianapolis, there are several options available. Additionally, there are online dating sites specifically for people with STIs that can help you find someone who is willing to date you despite your diagnosis.”
Meanwhile, herpes and other STD infections are some of the most unfamiliar epidemics affecting the United States. According to the CDC, about 20 million new viral infections are being diagnosed every year. The most common STDs in the US include gonorrhea, genital herpes, chlamydia, syphilis, HIV, hepatitis B, trichomoniasis, and HPV. Approximately 50 percent of these infections are diagnosed in people who are 15 to 24 years old, which makes sense because people in this age group happen to be the most sexually active.
A common problem of individuals diagnosed with an STI is the stigma that comes with it. The result is that people with an STI will find it very difficult to look for someone who is willing to date them. That is the reason why the Meetpositives.com website exists. The website makes it much easier for a person with STI to find someone to date. Meet Positives provides a safe and supportive environment for individuals who are STI positive to connect with other people who know and understand their condition.
Founded in 2014, Meet Positives provides a standalone dating site for singles who have been diagnosed with STD. The members of their matchmaking team have over 20 years of experience in their field. What is important to note is that the Meet Positives community is distinctive from other STD communities in that it is not part of any affiliate network. It is independent in offering its services, enabling the community members to use and benefit from the various services, including individual posts that allow other members to learn about the experiences of other members who succeeded in having an enjoyable life despite their condition; the matching algorithm; an online discussion forum where members can have discussions; and more.
Those who want to get more information and learn about STDs can visit the Meet Positives website or their Express STD Testing website, or contact them on the phone or through email.
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