SOA means sexually transmitted disease
An STI is not always serious, some STIs are harmless and have no major consequences. Other STI are, however, and can have serious consequences if they are not treated on time. Possible consequences of an STI are, for example, infertility, but you can also die. Common STIs are: Chlamydia, genital warts, syphilis, HIV, gonorrhea, etc. An STI is contagious and is transmitted to another person through blood, semen, vaginal fluid and contact of mucous membranes. It is therefore not strange that most STIs are insecure. It is bored to have to ask yourself after a pleasant night whether that itch comes from an STI the next morning or that it is just a coincidence. Or that you have a burning sensation when urinating, or warts in your genitals: common symptoms of an STI. But do you have to go to a doctor, and that embarrassing phone call to arrange an appointment? Many people do not want to do this and let it be with the thought: it goes without saying. For 2 common STIs (Chlamydia and gonorrhea) You can also get started yourself, with the tests of testalize.me. It is not only important for yourself to know if you have an STI, even for other people you could infect. So whether you're testing it through a doctor or yourself online and quickly, that doesn't matter, but it's important for everyone's health that you know what you're infected with or not. Of course there are also ways not to run an STI, but they are either not fun or are forgotten at the right time. More information about SOA can be found on the website of Sense.