The National Department of Health wants to hear from YOU!

Clinics nationwide would like to have a time during the week just for young people to visit clinics. You can visit the clinic anytime, but during this time, you'll be able to receive care, ask questions about your health and get services (including free condoms, STI tests and more) without having to worry that you'll be seen by elders in your community. This will be YOUR time! What do you think it should be called?

Pick one of the following or submit your own name below:

  • Hour Care
  • Fikelela
  • Khululeka
  • Healthy STAR
  • Other (Submit your own name below)

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B-Wise User cynnocenthiia 30 August 2016 20:56

what are the signs of sti

B-Wise Expert Expert 20 April 2018 13:45

Thanks for enquiring but there are many symptoms of STI's. Mostly they are burning or itching in the vagina or penis area, a smelly discharge or there may be lumps/swelling or sores. Sometimes a person can have lower abdominal pain. If you think you might have an STI, you should visit your local clinic to be tested and treated. You can also read more STI articles on Bwisehealth.com in the "Health Issues" section.



B-Wise Expert Expert 31 August 2016 11:00

Thanks for enquiring but there are many symptoms of STI's. Mostly they are burning or itching in the vagina or penis area, a smelly discharge or there may be lumps/swelling or sores. Sometimes a person can have lower abdominal pain. If you think you might have an STI, you should visit your local clinic to be tested and treated. You can also read more STI articles on Bwisehealth.com in the "Health Issues" section.