Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Sex is defined as genital contact of any kind.

A sexually transmitted disease is a disease that is contracted through sexual exposure. It is possible that if you have been sexually active at all, even just once, you could be at risk of having an STD.

Symptoms may include fever, pain in the abdominal/pelvic region, change in discharge, burning with urination, sores, warts, or blisters. But many people who have an STD have no symptoms at all! And STDs are contagious even though no symptoms exist.

For help assessing your risk for an STD or for more information on how you can avoid infection by STD, please call our WISH clinic at 316.946.WISH [9474]