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Sexually Transmitted Infections - Preparing For Your Appointment

To prepare for your appointment, see the topic Making the Most of Your Appointment.

You can help your health professional diagnose and treat your condition by being prepared for your appointment.

Before your appointment

Questions to prepare for your health professional

  • If you have new STI symptoms:
    • What was the date of your suspected exposure to an STI?
    • Which STI do you think you were exposed to?
    • How do you know?
    • Did your partner tell you?
    • What were your partner's symptoms?
    • Was your partner treated? If so, when? Was your partner checked after completing treatment?
  • If you are a woman, what was the date of your last menstrual period?
  • What are your symptoms? If you have discharge from the vagina or penis, it is important to note any smell or color.
  • What method of birth control do you use?
  • Which high-risk sexual behaviors do you or your partner engage in?
  • If this is a repeat visit for exposure to STIs:
    • Which STI have you had in the past?
    • How was it treated?
    • Did you complete the treatment?
    • Did you get rechecked?
    • Was your partner treated and rechecked?
    • What has changed since your last visit?
  • Have you had sexual contact with a sex worker? If so, when? Was a condom used?
  • Do you have any health risks?
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Last Updated: June 04, 2014
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