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  • Welcome to the Nurse Nettie quiz
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  • Are you...
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  • Where do you live?
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  • Please enter your postcode
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  • How old are you?
    Please enter your age
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  • Have you ever had sex?
    This includes oral, vaginal or anal sex.
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  • How many people have you ever had sex with?
    Please enter a number
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  • Have you had a boyfriend or girlfriend in the last year?
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  • In the last year, how often did you use condoms when you had sex with your BF/GF?
    (vaginal or anal sex)
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  • Have you had other kinds of sexual partners than a BF/GF in the last year?
    (Hook ups, friends with benefits, etc.)
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  • In the last year, how often did you use condoms when you had sex with these partners that are not your BF/GF?
    (vaginal or anal sex)
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  • Have you ever been tested for sexually transmissible infections (STIs)?
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  • When did you last test for STIs?
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  • When you have sex in the future do you intend on using condoms?
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  • Do you intend to test for STIs in the future?
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  • Here are some of the main reasons that young people have said stop them from getting tested for STIs
    Do any of them match up for you?
    Choose as many as you want and then click next. If none match up, just click next.
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  • And, here are some practical reasons that young people may not test for STIs. Are any of these reasons for you?
    Choose as many as you want and then click next. If none match up, just click next.
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  • Based on the advice you received in this quiz what are you planning next?
    I intend to use condoms when I have sex in the future
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  • I intend to test for STIs in the future
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  • Here’s some advice...

    Anyone who’s sexually active has the chance of being exposed STIs at some stage. For you the chance of contracting an STI is higher than average as you’re not always using condoms with your sexual partners. Did you know that STIs are on the rise among young people? And, some STIs can have pretty serious consequences for your health. We recommend that you get tested when you can in the next few weeks and try to use condoms more often.

  • Here’s some advice...

    Anyone who’s sexually active has the chance of being exposed to STIs at some stage. For you the chance of contracting an STI is higher than average as you’re not always using condoms with your sexual partners. You’ve already tested in the past, which is pretty good. But, you’ve had unprotected sex since then. Did you know STIs are on the rise among young people? We recommend that you get retested when you can in the next few weeks. Also, try to use condoms more often.

  • Here’s some advice...

    Anyone who’s sexually active has the chance of being exposed to STIs at some stage. For you the chance of contracting an STI is higher than average as you’re not always using condoms with your partners. You should try and use condoms more often with your sexual partners and keep testing for STIs every year in the future.

  • Here’s some advice...

    Great work on always using condoms with your sexual partners. Doing this means you’re not at high risk of contracting an STI. However, you may have had unprotected sex in the past and could’ve contracted an STI without knowing it. To make sure you’re STI-free we recommend that you get tested when you can in the next few weeks.

  • Here’s some advice...

    It’s great that you’ve tested for STIs in the past and always using condoms with your partners. While you seem to be at low risk of contracting an STI, if you’re sexually active there’s always a chance you can get an STI. So, try to get into the habit of getting tested every year or so.

  • Here’s some advice...

    You haven’t been using condoms all the time and may think the risk of getting an STI is pretty low since you’ve had sex with a regular partner. Remember, that one of you could’ve picked up an STI in the past though. Undetected STIs can have pretty serious consequences for your health. We recommend you get tested when you can in the next few weeks. If possible, your partner should get tested too.

  • Here’s some advice...

    You didn’t use condoms all the time with your last regular partner and may think that the risk you could’ve contracted an STI is low as you were in a relationship. But don’t forget that one of you could’ve picked up an STI in the past.  Undetected STIs can have pretty serious consequences for your health. We recommend you get tested for STIs when you can in the next few weeks.

  • Here’s some advice...

    You haven’t been using condoms all the time with your current partner and might think that the risk of getting an STI is low as you’re in a relationship. But remember that you both need to be tested for STIs before you stop using condoms. Have a chat to your partner and try to get in the habit of both being tested for STIs every year or so. 

  • Here’s some advice...

    You didn’t always use condoms with your last partner, so, it’s a pretty good idea to get tested again especially if your last partner wasn’t tested for STIs or you don’t know if they were.

  • Here’s some advice...

    It’s great that you’ve been using condoms all the time with your regular partner. In the future, if you both consider not using condoms anymore together, keep in mind that you will both need to get tested for STIs together.

  • Here’s some advice...

    It’s great that you used condoms all the time with your last regular partner. Remember, condoms aren’t always 100% effective against STIs. As you’ve never been tested for STIs we recommend that you go for a test when you can in the next few weeks, and try to get into the habit of getting tested every year or so.

  • Here’s some advice...

    It seems like you’re exposing yourself, and maybe your regular partner, to a pretty high risk of contracting an STI. And, some STIs can have pretty serious health consequences. We recommend that you and your partner get tested for STIs together when you can in the next few weeks. You could both also think about always using condoms if you have partners outside your relationship to put your minds at ease.

  • Here’s some advice...

    You’re exposing yourself to a pretty high risk of contracting an STI. Did you know that STIs are on the rise among young people? And, some STIs can have pretty serious health consequences. We recommend that you get tested for STIs together when you can in the next few weeks and try to use condoms more often

  • Here’s some advice...

    It seems that you’re at higher risk of contracting an STI. Did you know that that STIs are on the rise among young people? And, some STIs can have pretty serious health consequences. It’s great that you’ve tested for STIs, it’s something that you and your partner should do every year or so and try to use condoms more often

  • Here’s some advice...

    It seems that you’re at higher risk of contracting an STI. Did you know that that STIs are on the rise among young people? And, some STIs can have pretty serious health consequences. It’s great that you’ve tested for STIs, it’s something that you should do every year or so. But, you should also try and use condoms more often with your casual partners.

  • Here’s some advice...

    It’s great that you’ve always been using condoms with your partners in the past 12 months. Remember, condoms aren’t always 100% effective against STIs. So, since you’ve never been tested for STIs we recommend that you go for a test when you can in the next few weeks.

  • Here’s some advice...

    It’s great that you’ve always been using condoms with your partners. But remember, condoms aren’t always 100% effective against STIs. That’s why we recommend you get tested for STIs every year or so. It will help put your mind at ease.

  • Here’s some advice...

    Take the time to be ready. If and when you choose to be sexually active consider condom use and STI testing. This will help keep you and your partners safe. Feel free to ask Nurse Nettie a question. 

  • Here’s some advice...

    It’s great you’re always using condoms with your regular partner. But you’re not always using them with casual partners. Remember, this can put you and your partners at risk for STIs. We recommend you get tested again when you can in the next few weeks.  You could also think about always using condoms with partners outside your relationship. It can help to put your mind at ease.

  • Here’s some advice...

    It seems like you’re exposing yourself, and maybe your regular partner, to a pretty high risk of contracting an STI. And, some STIs can have pretty serious health consequences. We recommend that you and your partner get tested for STIs together when you can in the next few weeks. You could both also think about always using condoms if you have partners outside your relationship.

  • Here’s some advice...

    It’s great that you’ve always been using condoms with casual partners. But remember, condoms aren’t always 100% effective against STIs. This means you could be exposing yourself and your regular partner to STIs. We recommend you get tested and If possible, your partner should get tested too.

  • Here’s some advice...

    It seems like you’re exposing yourself, and maybe your regular partner, to a pretty high risk of contracting an STI. And, some STIs can have pretty serious health consequences. We recommend that you and your partner get tested for STIs together when you can in the next few weeks. 

  • Here’s some advice...

    It seems that you’re at higher risk of contracting an STI. Did you know that STIs are on the rise among young people? And, some STIs can have pretty serious health consequences. It’s great that you’ve tested for STIs, it’s something that you should do every year or so. But, you should also try and use condoms more often with your casual partners.

  • Here’s some advice...

    You haven’t been using condoms all the time with your current partner and might think that the risk of getting an STI is low as you’re in a relationship. But remember that you both need to be tested for STIs before you stop using condoms. Have a chat to your partner and try to get in the habit of both being tested for STIs every year or so. 

  • Here’s some advice...

    Anyone who’s sexually active has the chance of being exposed to STIs at some stage. For you the chance of contracting an STI is higher than average as you’re not always using condoms with your partners. You should try and use condoms more often and keep testing for STIs every year in the future.

  • Here’s some advice...

    You’re exposing yourself to a pretty high risk of contracting an STI. Did you know that STIs are on the rise among young people? And, some STIs can have pretty serious health consequences. We recommend that you get tested for when you can in the next few weeks and try to use condoms more often.

  • Here’s some advice...

    It’s great that you’ve always been using condoms with casual partners. But remember, condoms aren’t always 100% effective against STIs. We recommend you get tested when you can in the next few weeks and try to get into the habit of getting tested every year or so.  It will help put your mind at ease.

  • Here’s some advice...

    You didn’t use condoms all the time with your last regular partner and may think that the risk you could’ve contracted an STI is low as you were in a relationship. But don’t forget that one of you could’ve picked up an STI in the past.  Undetected STIs can have pretty serious consequences for your health. We recommend you get tested for STIs when you can in the next few weeks.

  • It’s great that you have decided to test for STIs.
    Testing is super easy. It has heaps of advantages and it will put your mind at ease. The next thing to think about is when and where you can get a test.
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  • We think that getting tested for STIs would be a good idea for you.
    It’s super easy and has heaps of advantages for your health. Not convinced? No worries.
    Feel free to chat with Nurse Nettie, your Doctor or even a friend. And come back anytime and check in again.
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