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STD Testing Diagnosis and Treatment Information
The only real way to know for sure if you’re infected with a STD is to have a doctor test for the disease. Some STDs such as Herpes or Genital Warts can be diagnosed by a visual inspection when symptoms are present, while other STD's may need further tests done such as blood work or taking a culture from the infected area. Its imperative to see a physician at the very first sign of an STD because of the health risks that may occur if left untreated for a periods of time.
It's important to remember that when you make your first appointment that you may have an STD and that not all STD's are curable but most are treatable. When talking to the health physician make sure that you tell them absolutely everything. The more they know about you and your symptoms the better they will be able to help diagnose your condition and treat you.
Free And Low Income Health Clinics In New Mexico
EveryWhere in New Mexico
Albuquerque Family Health Centers, Inc.
Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless, Inc.
Ben Archer Health Center, Inc.
Catron Public Health Office
Cibola Public Health Office
Curry Public Health Office
Debaca Hospital/Family Practice Center
El Centro Family Health
El Pueblo Health Services
First Nations Community HealthSource
Hidalgo Medical services
La Casa De Buena Salud
La Clinica De Familia, Inc.
La Clinica Del Pueblo De Rio Arriba
La Familia Medical Center
Mora Valley Community Health Services, Inc.
North Valley Public Health Office
Pecos Valley Medical Center, Inc.
Presbyterian Medical Services
Raton Public Health Office
Roswell Public Health Office
Union Public Health Office
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Page last checked for accuracy on May 15, 2011