|Chlamydia||Consider self-collection of samples for testing.|
|Gonorrhoea||Consider self-collection of samples for testing.
If NAAT test result is positive, take swab at relevant site(s) for culture, before treatment. Cultures are the preferred test for samples from non-genital sites.
|Syphilis||If clinical suspicion of syphilis, refer to the syphilis guideline.|
|Hepatitis A||Vaccinate if not immune.|
|Hepatitis B||Vaccinate if not immune.
Anti-HBs titres should be regularly checked and PLWHIV should receive boosters to maintain Anti-HBs >10.
|Hepatitis C||If antibody positive, test for hepatitis C NAAT to determine if patient has chronic hepatitis C.|
|NAAT – Nucleic Acid Amplification Test
Anti-HBs – Hepatitis B surface antibody
If test results are positive or clinical indicators present, refer to STI management section for advice on:
Even if all test results are negative, use the opportunity to: