STI Information

There are many kinds of sexually transmitted diseases (Stds) and infections (Sti).

  • You can get an STD/STI the first time you have vaginal, anal, or oral sex.
  • Many STDs have no cure while others (STIs) can be treated through medication.
  • Most people infected with an STD/STI don’t know it.
  • You can get an STD/STI from someone who does not know he/she is infected.
  • You can’t tell who has an STD/STI by looking at them.
  • Many STDs/STIs can be transmitted to a baby during pregnancy or birth.


OCC refers to an ON SITE medical services provider for all STI testing and treatment. Testing and treatment are available for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea infections. Nurse

To schedule a test, contact us at 716-484-1234 or schedule below.

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Chlamydia Symptoms: 

Men: Usually none. Some may experience discharge and a burning with urination

Women: Called the “Silent Disease”. Usually no symptoms. Some experience pain and/or vaginal discharge

Chlamydia Damage:

Men: Sterility

Women: Considered to be the most common cause of sterility.  Can cause Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)

Chlamydia and Pregnancy:

If you are pregnant and have chlamydia, you can give the infection to your baby during delivery. This can cause an eye infection or pneumonia in your baby. Having chlamydia may also make it more likely to deliver your baby early.


Gonorrhea Symptoms:

Men: Pus from urethra. Burning with urination.

Women: If symptoms occur at all, they include pelvic pain, painful urination and pus-like discharge. 

Gonorrhea Damage:

Men: Sterility. Scarring of the urethra and urinary tract problems.

Women: Sterility. Surgery in severe cases. Can cause PID.

Both: Can increase risk of HIV infection 2-5x. 

Gonorrhea and Pregnancy:

If you are pregnant and have gonorrhea, you can give the infection to your baby during delivery. This can cause serious health problems for your baby. If you are pregnant, talk to your healthcare provider about getting the correct examination, testing, and treatment. Treating gonorrhea as soon as possible will make health problems for your baby less likely.