Even if you’re not experiencing symptoms,
YOU CAN STILL PASS AN UNTREATED STI ON TO YOUR PARTNER(S)—AND THEY CAN DO THE SAME.
Get tested for chlamydia and gonorrhea after each new partner, at any site you’ve had sexual contact (genitals, throat, rectum).
What to expect when you get tested
When you go in for your appointment, your healthcare provider will ask you questions about your sexual health and lifestyle to determine which STI tests you’ll need.
Be sure to request testing at all sites where you’ve had sexual contact, including your genitals, throat, and/or rectum.
What happens if your test comes back positive?
If you do test positive for an STI, your nurse or doctor will share a treatment plan with you when you meet for your results.
How to get tested
Visit our "Find a Clinic" page to find a clinic near you. Contact them to schedule an appointment, or plan to stop by during their walk-in hours (if available).
At your appointment, let the clinic know you would like testing through the KnoWyo program.