My partner refuses to get an STD test. What do I do?
If you are sexually active, you should take an STI test once a year, even if you have no symptoms.
Some STIs have no symptoms so without getting tested you may not even realise you have one. Check out this post for more information on when to test for specific STIs.
If you are starting a new relationship, it is good practice that both you and your new partner get tested. If you are unsure about a partner’s STD status, you should wear a condom during sex to minimise your risk of catching something.
Read this blog for some suggestion on how to tell your partner you want them to do an STI test.
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