Anybody can obtain STDs—it is not restricted to a particular gender. But women are at a higher risk of contracting STDs. This is because bacteria develop more easily in the vagina than in the penis. So male STD tests are different from that of females.
We always recommend testing for most common STDs when you go for a male STD test. Of course, some STDs are more common than others, and you may believe there’s no way you could have HIV or Syphilis, but it’s always best to be safe than sorry.
Because STDs often go unnoticed for long periods without symptoms, it’s easy for people to misidentify them or fail to receive the correct treatment, all while the STD is quietly progressing.
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