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For Men

Sexual health encompasses all areas of wellness, including mental, social, emotional, and physical. 

Maintaining physical sexual health can involve personal hygiene practices and getting a check-up by a healthcare provider.  This check-up may include a review of your personal and family medical history, a physical exam, and/or STI testing, if you are sexually active.

A person is considered sexually active if he performed or received oral, vaginal, or anal sex, with a male, female, or transgender partner.


Should I get tested for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)?

What are symptoms of STIs in men?

I think I have a STI. What should I do?

A sexual partner has told me he/she has a STI. What should I do?

What actions can I take to improve my sexual health?

My female partner and I want to prevent pregnancy. What options are available?

Oh no! The condom broke or slipped off.

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