Individuals can receive screenings and treatment for STDs through their county health department and their private physician. All STDs are treatable, and a few are curable. If you are experiencing any STD symptoms or suspect that you may have an STD, you should immediately seek care from a trained healthcare provider.
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*NEW* Screening Recommendations and Considerations
The United States Preventive Services Task Force recommends screening in adults and adolescents ages 15-65. The screening guidelines can be found in the latest 2021 CDC release. The evidence-based recommendations and considerations can be used by Physicians and other healthcare providers to assist in the prevention of STDs. (Click Here)
*NEW* Recommendations for Providing Quality STD Clinical Services
The CDC has issued 2021 Recommendations for Providing Quality STD Clinical Services (STD QCS), designed to go hand-in-hand with the STD Treatment Guidelines. It highlights the services healthcare settings can offer to provide the highest-quality STD care to their patients. (Click Here)
*NEW* 2021 Guidelines for Treatment of Sexually Transmitted Diseases
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) just released the 2021 Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Treatment Guidelines. The guidelines provide current evidence-based diagnostic, management, and treatment recommendations and replace the previous 2015 guidance. (Click Here)
*NEW* Guidelines for Treatment of Sexually Transmitted Diseases (Wall Chart)
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention developed these guidelines to assist physicians and other health-care providers in preventing and treating STDs. This wall chart is intended as clinical guidance; it is not a comprehensive list of all effective regimens.
Page last updated 12/31/2022