80 percent of individuals who have an STD don't know they do, thus they can spread it unintentionally. Get tested today to learn if you fall into the category, SaferSTDTesting.com reports
401 E. Jackson St, Suite 2340 - October 18, 2017 /MarketersMedia/ —
Safer STD Testing (https://www.saferstdtesting.com/std-testing-awareness) is sharing information on new STD statistics based on the latest reports from the CDC and other state websites. STD rates have risen over the past two years, which needs to concern everyone. In fact, 50 percent of new cases are seen in individuals between the ages of 15 and 24, and 40 percent of teens state they do not use protection every time they have sexual relations. This may mean they are unknowingly spreading the disease and these numbers will continue to rise.
"Teens often do not want their parents to know they are sexually active, thus they ignore any symptoms they are experiencing. Furthermore, they don't have the money to undergo STD testing without asking their parents. Thankfully, they now have options available to them in the form of free STD testing (https://www.saferstdtesting.com/free-std-testing). With more than 4,000 private and 7,000 public STD testing locations, every person should be able to find one easily accessible to them," Natalie Martin, spokesperson for Safer STD Testing (https://www.saferstdtesting.com/), reports.
People often assume birth control can protect them from a sexually transmitted disease, yet nothing is further from the truth. Furthermore, wearing two condoms simultaneously actually increases the risk of one or both condoms breaking, thus this is not an effective method of protecting against an STD. These are only two of the many myths that are shared amongst individuals which could put them more at risk of contracting one of these diseases.
"Until people openly discuss STDs, these myths will continue to spread. A person needs to have the facts to protect themselves. Some diseases stay with the person for life, therefore you cannot be too careful. Get tested today and require your partner to do the same. Otherwise, you are risking your health," Martin continues.
Many sexually transmitted diseases have silent symptoms. In fact, it is estimated that 80 percent of individuals don't even know they have the disease, thus they are spreading it every time they engage in sexual relations. The risk is simply too great to overlook having a test conducted right away.
"Contact our referral service today to learn more about STD testing and where to have a test conducted. People will find there are even options for in-home testing. Obtain peace of mind knowing if you have an STD. We can help," Martin declares.
About Safer STD Testing:
A referral service that allows individuals to select an STD testing location from more than 4,000 private and 7,000 public STD testing locations, Safer STD Testing also provides access to in home testing. Every person deserves peace of mind, and this is what Safer STD Testing strives to provide. The company's mission is simple. They wish to provide quick access to fast, private and affordable STD testing services with the best quality and attentive medical care in an online format. A person's health matters, thus no one should delay getting tested.
Name: Natalie Martin
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Organization: Safer STD Testing
Address: 401 E. Jackson St Suite 2340
For more information, please visit https://www.saferstdtesting.com/std-testing-awareness
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