STI/STD Tallahassee, FL

Women’s Clinic in Tallahassee, FL provides low-cost STI testing and treatment. Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) can be a serious concern. Leon County is the #1 County in Florida for new cases of chlamydia and gonorrhea. Gonorrhea has developed resistance to many antibiotics, becoming a “super bug”, and making it increasingly difficult to treat. Left untreated, infections can cause irreversible damage to your reproductive system.

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+$50with Full STI/STD Check
  • In addition to a Full STI/STD check. HPV, or human papillomavirus, is a virus that may lead to certain HPV-related cancers and diseases in both males and females.

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*Uninsured patients, ages 18 and up with a photo ID & who are a Florida resident may be eligible for free well woman services, if you have not had a wellness exam in the last 12 months.

All major credit cards, money orders, and cash accepted. Health insurance not accepted.

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STI/STD Tallahassee, FL

Sexually transmitted diseases are diseases passed from person to person during sexual activity (e.g. vaginal, oral and anal sex, outercourse or mutual masturbation). STDs can be transmitted through bodily fluids and, in some cases, skin-to-skin contact.

It’s important to remember that not everyone infected with an STD will experience signs or symptoms. But STDs can still cause severe damage, and can be passed to your partner(s) without your knowledge. You don’t need to be experiencing symptoms to be contagious. You can spread the disease at any time, so STD testing is important for sexually active individuals.

The Center for Disease Control can provide you with accurate and up-to-date information on each STI. Women’s Clinic of Tallahassee offers STI and STD testing and information. Contact us for more details.

  • STDs and STIs… What’s the difference?

    The terms STD (sexually transmitted disease) and STI (sexually transmitted infection) are often used interchangeably. But do you know the difference?

    The term “STI” (sexually transmitted infection) is used to describe the presence of an infection in the body, which may or may not be accompanied by symptoms. The term “STD” (sexually transmitted diseases) on the other hand, describes an infection that has caused damage in a person’s body—though, like sexually transmitted infections, an STD may or may not be accompanied by symptoms.

  • What About Abortion?

    If not treated prior to an abortion, these infections may cause serious health problems. During an abortion these organisms can be carried from the vagina up into the uterus. When this occurs, a second condition called Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) may develop.

    Immediate symptoms of PID can be mild and even non-existent, but the effects are long lasting. According to the CDC, 1 in 8 women with a history of PID experience difficulty getting pregnant. In addition, PID is known to cause scarring of the Fallopian tubes, increasing the risk of an ectopic pregnancy. This may result in serious maternal complications, even death.


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