What’s more romantic than talking about STBBIs?

 

As rates of sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections (STBBIs) have risen rapidly in recent years, it seems it's still relevant to talk about it. From 2010 to 2015, chlamydia infections in Quebec rose by 41%, and gonorrhoea by an alarming 90%. For Valentine’s Day, we answer common questions even the most well-informed people tend to have for us about STBBIs.

 
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What do I really need to know about STBBIs?

 

We’ve all picked up many of assumptions about STBBIs over the years. We asked our experts to address five common assumptions that even the most well-informed who come to us tend to have around transmission, infection, and testing.

Test your assumptions

Tackling the tricky talk with your teenagers

 

We’re here to answer your questions on speaking about sexuality with your children, including what do do if you’re worried they may have an STBBI, and how Quebec’s medical consent laws empower them to seek testing and treatment on their own behalf.

Tips for talking frankly
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Not every STBBI is the same

 

There are more STBBIs than it’s possible for one person to keep track of, each with vastly different symptoms and means of diagnosis. Our Neat Little Guide on STBBIs gathers the important info you need on 14 of the most common kinds of infection we encounter.

The real facts on STBBIs
 
 

Does a chocolate a day keep the doctor away?

Will your Valentine’s bring sweet treats to your door? We break down the myths about the health benefits of chocolate.

Get the sweet truth
 
 
 

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