Sexual Health

Resources and support regarding sexual health topics are available through our office to help empower you to make informed decisions that are consistent with your personal beliefs. The MU Medical Clinic offers screening, evaluation, and treatment for STI's as well as wellness visits regarding sexual and reproductive health, such as annual exams and gynecological care.

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What sexual health services are offered at the Marquette University Medical Clinic?

  • Men's health care including STI testing and testicular exams. Male health care providers are available to address men's health issues in a confidential setting.
  • Women's health care, including Pap smears (starting at age 21), STI testing, pregnancy testing, and routine gynecology visits.
  • HPV (Gardasil 9) vaccine is also available.
  • Urinary tract infections are diagnosed and treated at the Marquette University Medical Clinic, usually on a same day basis. Schedule an appointment as soon as you notice symptoms.
  • The Marquette University Medical Clinic does not provide contraception. If you need refills for your contraceptive medication, please contact your doctor’s office.

Who should get STI testing?

All sexually active men and women, especially if under the age of 26.

How often should I get tested?

If you are sexually active and under the age of 26, get tested every year, and more often if you change/add partners.

I don't have any symptoms. Do I still need testing?

Yes. The most common bacterial STI (chlamydia) does not have symptoms in the majority of people. Other STI's also frequently do not produce symptoms.

Which STI's should I be tested for?

Make an appointment at the Marquette University Medical Clinic to discuss your options with one of the medical providers.

Do I have to have an exam?

It depends on whether you have symptoms. It is best to discuss that with a health care provider.

Do I need to pay for testing at the Marquette University Medical Clinic?


*Prices are subject to change. Please call the Medical Clinic if you have any questions.


 If you have any questions about STIs or sexual health you can call the Medical Clinic at
(414) 288-7184 and ask to speak with a nurse.