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Sexually Transmitted Infections

Testing for Chlamydia in the NWT involves

Kiss Me Deadly

Kiss Me Deadly

Exciting news! Take a look at the new NWT Youth Sexual Health Comic Book: “Kiss Me Deadly”. 

You can only have one STI at a time

Condom Demo Please

Putting on a condom correctly is harder than it looks.

Check out this great demonstration of how to correctly put on a condom. Take some time to practice!

Condom Demo

Syphilis is in the NWT


Have you seen this sign posted in public places around the NWT? This has been used to alert NWT residents that there is currently an outbreak of the STI Syphilis in our communities. Check out pictures of the Syphilis bacteria & learn more about this STI under the STI section.





Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is a sexually transmitted infection that causes genital warts and cancer of the cervix in some women. During regular Pap tests, samples can be also tested for presence of HPV virus. A positive HPV test only means that you have HPV in your cervix and it does not mean that you have or will develop cervical cancer.

Purpose of This Study

I believe birth control pills prevent STIs

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