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What's the difference between STD and STI?

  • asked by Anonymous in Herpes Apr 23, 2017


    Are they same?

  • Posted on Apr 23, 2017


    STDcounselor Recommended

    Over the course of the year some doctors are replacing STD with STI. STD stands for Sexually Transmitted Disease. STI stands for Sexually Transmitted... For detail, click here

  • Posted on Sep 24, 2017


    Anonymous Recommended

    STD was the common nomenclature used in the USA for quite a while. The UK and other parts of the world were using STI instead. As STI more accurately describes what Americans have been calling STDs for years, we've been making an active effort to use the more accurate phrasing, as they're not always diseases, but they are always infections.

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