How at Risk Are You?
Had sex with just a couple people? You’re pretty safe, right?
But, if your partner had sex with someone else, and they had sex with someone else, and on down the line…any kind of sex…the more people in this chain, the more at risk you are. If ANY one of them was infected–whether they knew it or not–you’re at risk.
Click your “number” of sexual partners to learn your real exposure.
Had more partners? You can still do the math.
Our Sexual Exposure Calculator (above) assumes that your partner(s) have had only the same number of partners as you. For example, let’s say your first partner was also having sex for the first time. This means you and your partner would only be exposed to one person; each other. After that, your exposure includes all the people your partners are exposed to, and that compounds quickly.
To assess your actual risk–not just your exposure–you need to see a medical professional. Want to talk with someone who can help you evaluate and change your sexual exposure? Do you need to be screened for STIs? Caring advocates and medical professionals are here to help. Make your appointment today.
“When you have sex with someone, you are having sex with everyone they had sex with for the last ten years, and everyone they and their partners have had sex with for the last ten years.”
– C. Everett Koop, M.D., Former U.S. Surgeon General.
Call or click for a confidential risk assessment appointment. 208-892-WISH (9474)