STIQ Day has been launched to get people thinking about their sexual health and encourage more people to get regular sexual health checks.
This year STIQ Day takes place on 14th January, a date chosen because many common STIs such as Chlamydia can take two weeks to be detectable and you won’t always get symptoms.
If your festive season included unprotected sex then you should be thinking about getting tested now.
Regardless of age, sexuality or number of sexual partners – just one unprotected sexual encounter could have put you at risk of catching an STI.
Getting a sexual health check is easy and sex is a normal part of life so sexual health checks should be to. It’s a quick and simple process that puts your mind at rest and also protects your fertility.
So use STIQ Day to get smart about your sexual health
If you are over 16 you can order a FREE test online by clicking on the website below :