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Tinder came under fire last September by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, a Los Angeles-based nonprofit that provides HIV prevention services, care and testing, when the organization launched a campaign that included billboards depicting a link between Tinder and sexually transmitted diseases."The CDC recently reported that sexually transmitted diseases increased dramatically in 2014.
"Tinder is proud to empower millions of users to create relationships," Jessica Carbino, chief sociologist for Tinder, said.Everything can be done online: from ordering the test, to a free phone consultation with a medical doctor, as well as getting a prescription phoned into your pharmacy.A feud between the operator of popular "hook-up" software and a leading sexual health advocacy group was settled on Thursday after the dating site agreed to add links to sexually transmitted disease testing locations.Test results are usually available within a few days to a week, and you should refrain from sexual activity until you receive them.In many cases, there are no signs or symptoms of STD's.Anyone who is sexually active should be tested for an STD unless they are in a monogamous relationship in which both partners have already tested negative for STD's.
It is best to be honest with your doctor regarding your sexual activity and any symptoms you have.
"An important aspect of any healthy relationship - whether formed on Tinder or otherwise - is ensuring sexual health and safety.
SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX) — A California firm is offering a testing service for sexually-transmitted diseases that can be ordered online and done in the privacy of one’s home.
One main reason is fewer millennials are practicing safe sex.
They are not using condoms and the reasons are puzzling, according to La Follette, “They connect online, they meet, they may be mutually monogamous for a brief period of time and then they move on,” she said.
Tinder promptly sent a "cease and desist" letter to the AHF after the billboards were put up.