Attention IWTK Users: National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is on March 20th, 2023.
Would you like free, rapid tests for HIV and syphilis? Click here to learn more about a research study on new technology to detect HIV and syphilis.
Principal Investigator: Matthew Hamill MBCHB, PhD
IRB Study number: IRB00274090
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Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are a hidden epidemic. Concerns about stigma and privacy stop many people from getting the tests and treatment they need. Untreated STIs may lead to serious health problems. At IWTK, we hope to play a part in stopping this epidemic.
We offer free, accurate, and confidential in-home specimen collection and lab-based testing for two common STIs, chlamydia and gonorrhea. Our service is available for all Maryland, Alaska, Oklahoma, Kansas, New Mexico, Utah and Arizona residents. We also offer trichomonas testing for women and in-home HIV test kits for residents of Baltimore City. Order an HIV test kit alone or along with an STI kit.
Take Control, Know Your Status. Order your test kit today.
What if your STI test is positive?
1. Get treated right away. Some clinics offer free or low-cost treatment.
2. Tell your partner(s) so they get tested and treated too.
3. Get retested three months after completing treatment.
Have you heard about PrEP? PrEP, or pre-exposure prophylaxis, is a way to help prevent HIV by taking one pill once a day. Go to PrEP Maryland to learn more or to find a healthcare provider near you.
Need condoms? Using condoms correctly every time you have sex is one way to protect yourself and your partner(s) from STIs and HIV. Some organizations offer free or reduced price condoms.