You received an STD notification message from our website. Someone who wishes to remain anonymous wants to notify you that you might have been exposed to a sexually-transmitted disease. We encourage you to get tested for STDs and to get treatment if you need it.
Who sent me the message?
There’s no way to know who sent you the message. This is an anonymous notification.
What Should I Do Now?
We encourage you to get tested for the 10 most common sexually-transmitted diseases. This is the only way to know for sure if you have an STD.
How Can I Have an STD? I Feel Fine.
It’s not unusual for someone to have a sexually-transmitted disease and not to experience any noticeable symptoms. In other cases, the symptoms of an STD might resemble those of a more common infection, such as a cold or the flu. Getting tested is the only way to be certain that you don’t have an STD.
Will My STD Test Be Anonymous?
If you test positive for an STD, your personal information will be reported to the state health department, and they will contact you to identify and notify your recent sexual partners. However, out website provides a guide that helps you protect your identity when you get tested for sexually-transmitted diseases.
Where Can I Learn More About STDs?
Click here to access a library of articles with basic information about the most common types of sexually-transmitted infections on our website. Each article also contains links to more comprehensive resources about the specific disease.