Healthy sexuality is an important concern for all men. Educating yourself about your sexual health and scheduling routine visits with a healthcare provider can help protect your overall health and wellbeing. Whether you're currently sexually active or planning to be in the future, this page serves as a resource to help you learn about specific topics in advance of your appointment to make these conversations easier. Though we use the term “men's health” throughout this page, the content is suited for people with a penis and other male anatomy, regardless of their gender identity.
University Health Services offers many services specific to men's health. As a student, you have access to UHS healthcare providers who are knowledgeable about:
If you are sexually active with female partners, the following tests are recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):
If you are sexually active with male partners, the following tests are recommended:
Hepatitis A and B vaccines and the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine are also recommended for all men. If you have more than one partner, anonymous sex or unprotected sex, you should be screened more often for STIs, including HIV (for example, every 3 to 6 months).
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