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Shocking Fact of the Day (SFOTD): STDs (again)

September 19, 2018

Image: Yes Means Test, American Sexual Health Association 

 

The latest data from CDC shows that STDs in the US have increased for the fourth year in a row. Chlamydia is the most common disease reported to the CDC with 1.7 million cases reported in 2017 - almost half of those in women and girls age 15-24.

 

Not sure if you should be tested? Check out my earlier post to learn more. If you're ready to get tested, check out my shesources page for interactive search tools for testing locations near you OR you can get 10% off all women's health home testing kits from MyLab Box using the promo code drlady10 until October 31!

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I’ve specialized in women’s reproductive health for over 18 years, including as a Medical Officer for the World Health Organization in Geneva...