Hepatitis C screening is recommended for everyone born between 19.
The incidence of hepatitis C is high in this age group, and the disease often has no symptoms until it's advanced.
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This is important because a person can have a sexually transmitted disease without knowing it. In fact, that's why many experts prefer the term sexually transmitted infections (STIs), because you can have the infection without disease symptoms. Don't assume that you're receiving STI testing every time you have a gynecologic exam or Pap test.In women, HPV testing involves: HPV has also been linked to cancer of the vulva, vagina, penis, anus, and mouth and throat.Vaccines can protect both men and women from some types of HPV, but they are most effective when administered before sexual activity begins.Chlamydia and gonorrhea screening is done either through a urine test or through a swab inside the penis in men or from the cervix in women. Screening is important, because if you don't have signs or symptoms, you can be unaware that you have either infection.
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