The only way to know if you have an STD is to get tested.
If I use long-term birth control, such as birth control pills or an IUD, I don't need to use a condom.
You can only contract an STD through vaginal sex.
A routine STD test does not test for all STDs.
Only people who "sleep around" or are promiscuous get STDs.
Despite increased knowledge and education, rates of STDs continue to increase.
Chlamydia and gonorrhea are similar to viruses like the common cold — they are contagious for a while but eventually they will go away on their own.
Homemade condoms — for example, using saran wrap — are not a safe alternative to condoms.
Only young people need to worry about STDs.
Using two condoms will give me more protection than using just one.