Women’s Health: Four STIs with no symptoms but potentially serious long-term effects
This article discusses the prevalence of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) that often do not have any symptoms, and the importance of regular testing to prevent the spread of STIs. It also addresses common misconceptions about STIs and emphasizes the need for open communication with sexual partners about STI testing and status. The article provides information on various types of STIs, their symptoms (if any), and testing methods. It ultimately encourages individuals to prioritize their sexual health by staying informed and getting tested regularly.