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Aren’t condoms enough?

Condoms are an effective tool against HIV and STIs, but the only way to truly know your status is by getting tested. If you want to feel more in control of your sexual health, come visit us.

Are STDs common?

STDs are infections that are spread from one person to another, usually during vaginal, anal, and oral sex. They’re very common, and most STDs are easy to treat. Learn more.

I’m not symptomatic, why should I still get tested?

Everyone who is sexually active should get tested. Even it you’re not experiencing any symptoms, you can still transmit STIs to your sex partners. It's important to use protection and get tested on a regular basis.

I’m scared of getting tested.

Being scared of getting tested in normal! Everyone who walks through Trillium’s doors is treated with compassion. We can provide the support you need and help you every step of the way.

Does having an STI increase my risk of HIV?

Having an active STI, or even a history of certain STIs, can make it easier to acquire or transmit HIV. That's why we encourage everyone to get tested. It's important to know your status to protect yourself and others.

Can I speak to someone in Spanish?

Spanish translation services are available for all patients.

Ok, I want to get tested. What now?

Call us at 585.545.7200 or click here to schedule an appointment online.