When you have Herpes, HPV, HIV, or another STD, you may feel like you are alone in the world.
Positive Singles is a place where you don’t have to worry about rejection or discrimination.
However, Zava’s research suggests the opposite, with almost two thirds saying they feel informed about STIs.38% of people with an STI found out about the infection by noticing the symptoms, particularly for common STIs like chlamydia and gonorrhoea rather than being told by the person they caught it from.
Healthcare professionals suggest this could be partly due to the practice of people deleting the profiles of their previous partners, so they can’t always inform them if they are diagnosed with an infection later on.
If you experience any of these symptoms, either visit a sexual health clinic or order a discreet as soon as you can.