STD Concern



STD Concern

Here are some Frequently Asked Questions and Answers to help describe this Website.

Q - When did this site start?

A - First published on May 24, 2017.

Q - Why did you start this site?

A - According to the CDC (Center for Disease Control) STD are at an unprecedented high.

Q - Are you a Not for Profit company?

A - No, Independently Owned and Operated.

Q - Are you experts in Sexual & Infectious Health?

A - No, just publish the Articles.

Q - Could you be considered an Authority in Sexual & Infectious Health?

A - Maybe, creating this site has increased my knowledge base for these problems.

Q - Do you give out advice on what I should do?

A - No, not at this time.

Q - How do you make money?

A - Get a commission on Services & Products sold and Advertising.

Web Content

Q - Do you Write your Own Articles?

A - Most of the articles are purchased and written for STD Concern.

Q - Are the Articles Written by Experts in Sexual & Infectious Health?

A - Yes, some of them are and others by educated people in related fields.

Q - How important is avoiding or seeking immediate help pertaining to Infections?

A - Sooner something is treated the sooner it will hopefully go away.

Q - How serious is Contracting an STD?

A - Herpes is very common, has no cure but is not life threatening. Syphilis is a different story because it will get worse and cause serious side effects but is treatable.

Products & Testing Services

Q - Do you offer STD Testing Services?

A - No, but through this website you can access the best Private Lab Testing (STDCheck) and Home Testing (myLAB Box).

Q - Do you sell your own Products?

A - No, but I use one of the best in Life Extension®.

Q - Should I get STD Tested even if I don't have any Symptoms?

A - Yes, if your sexually active with multiple partners. Some of these symptoms might be mild at first. You can also avoid complications with most STD if your infection has been detected & treated

Q - What is the difference between a Public Clinic and Private Lab for Testing?

A - A public clinic should be free (including treatments) but expect a lecture or mandatory STD education. A Private Lab / Service will cost you money (including treatments) but no lecture or education, they also tend to be very discreet.

as of March 5, 2020

Disclaimer: Articles not intended to Diagnose, Treat, Cure or Prevent Diseases.

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