Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  1. Do all STIs have symptoms?

    No. The majority of those infected with Chlamydia have no symptoms.

  2. What prevents someone from sending false notifications?

    A sense of moral responsibility? Honestly, nothing. It is undoubtedly going to happen and someone will get tested when they have not actually been exposed. While we realize this will be alarming and inconvenient for some, we believe the benefits outweigh the possibility of abuse. We are certainly open to methods to reduce or prevent this.

  3. What personal information does your website track or record?

    Nothing you don't want to give us! We agreed from the beginning to keep this service as anonymous as possible. Please keep in mind we cannot control some things, such as your browser history. Also the software running our web server logs some basic information, such as IP addresses. However, we do not use this information for anything and routinely delete the logs.

  4. How can I help?

    First of all, thank you! The biggest help is simply spreading the word and making more people aware of the service we provide. We offer media kits containing several pieces of swag for you to hand out or display. You can request a kit here at no charge.

  5. From where are you getting your information?

    All content is from World Health Orginization, Center for Disease Control and/or Planned Parenthood

Anonymous STD notification. Email and text messaging notification of STD/STI exposure. Dont spread it aims to stop, or at least slow, the spread of STDs.