Get tested. Get treated. Use condoms. Talk to your partners about past and present STI testing. Disclose your diagnosis. Take your antibiotics as prescribed. Don't shame friends, family, or partners for having STIs or being at high risk of getting them. Rather, encourage them to get tested and treated. Be honest when your doctor asks for a complete sexual history, even if you're not there to discuss a sex-related issue. Ask your local government what it's doing to support the health of at-risk populations; making sure teens, members of the LGBTQ+ community, drug users, and people living in poverty have reliable access to comprehensive medical care is the best way to keep infections in check.