There are treatments for most Sexually Transmitted Illness (STIs) to either manage, control or cure you of the STI.

If you test positive you can talk with your doctor or health care provider to get the correct treatment and management options.

  • Most STIs are easily treated with medication and some can be managed but not cured.
  • Untreated STIs can lead to long-term health problems.
  • Some sexual health conditions may require medical interventions.
  • Treatments are usually a course of pills or tablets.
    It is important to finish the full course of medications given to you.
  • Don’t delay your care – get tested and treated today



Alfred Health: Victorian PrEP Service

Alfred Health: Victorian HIV Service

Sexual Health Victoria –Sexual health care and education for everyone in Victoria and beyond.

Jean Hailes – A women’s health organisation that believe in physical and emotional health and wellbeing for all women in Australia throughout their lives.

Mary Stopes Australia – private health care provider for abortion, contraception and vasectomy services.

Mercy Hospital for Women – wide range of Gynaecological and Women’s Health Services.

Youth Central – Victorian information and links related to sexual health and relationships.

Royal Children’s Hospital – Young People’s Health Service: Sexual health services for young people aged 12-24 years based in Melbourne CBD

Raising Children:  The Australian parenting website:

Victorian AIDS Council – VAC leads the fight against HIV/AIDS in Victoria by providing care and support for people living with HIV, health promotion, and advocacy.

PrEP facts – a tablet that taken once daily can stop you from getting HIV

CEH Resouce Hub – PrEP Facts, daily tablet can stop you getting HIV


See: Talk Test Treat Resources