Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)
Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) are spread through sexual contact (oral, vaginal or anal sex). Many STIs are easily treated, but if left untreated some STIs can cause serious illness, or even permanent damage such as infertility. If you're sexually active, you should get tested for STIs with each new sexual partner.
STIs can be spread through:
- vaginal fluid
- rectal mucus
- breast milk
The STI Clinic can help you get started with STI testing. The Clinic operates on a drop-in basis. You don't need an appointment or a health card. At the clinic, you'll find a safe, non-judgemental atmosphere where you can have an open discussion about your sexual health.
STIs we test for at the STI Clinic:
If you want to be checked for herpes or warts and you have a lump, bump, or sore then the doctors at the STI Clinic will examine you and possibly take a swab.
Services offered at the STI Clinic:
For more information, please contact The Clinic at 519-663-5317.
Date of creation: February 27, 2013
Last modified on: June 27, 2022